The great George Washington certainly lived a life worth the volumes and volumes of books written about him and his times. However, most of those books gave very little insight to what became of the great American hero after he left office (maybe his most important decision for the young republic) and lived out his years. Now, that time in Washington’s life is given the attention it deserves in Washington’s End: The Final Years and Forgotten Struggle by Jonathan Horn.

About Washington’s End: The Final Years and Forgotten Struggle by Jonathan Horn:

Washington’s Endbegins where most biographies of George Washington leave off, with the first president exiting office after eight years and entering what would become the most bewildering stage of his life. Embittered by partisan criticism and eager to return to his farm, Washington assumed a role for which there was no precedent at a time when the kings across the ocean yielded their crowns only upon losing their heads. In a different sense, Washington would lose his head, too.”

Washington’s End: The Final Years and Forgotten Struggle by Jonathan Horn is available from Amazon and other fine booksellers everywhere.