Mitch is wondering how close we are to the next book in Harsh's series. Or as one Col. Len Fullenkamp explained in a fine review,
This, one hopes, is a promise of things to come, for Harsh has much yet to say about the Antietam campaign. Among the later volumes planned for this series is a similarly detailed study of McClellan's generalship from the spring of 1861 through August 1862; the generalship of McClellan in the Maryland Campaign; and a grand-tactical and tactical study of Federal and Confederate generalship at the Battle of Antietam.Rumor has it that there will not be follow-up volumes by Harsh; the best outcome seems to be that one of his students may finish one or more of these projects for him.
If the rumor is true, this constitutes a minor disaster in the revision of Civil War history.