"The Tubman Command" by Elizabeth Cobbs is a historical fiction that I could take or leave. It's not everything I had hoped for but it's not bad, either. It was a slow paced story which surprised me a bit. I had expected more suspense, more nail biting. But this story was different. It focused on her time working in the Union Army. It offered a glimpse at who Harriet was instead of what she did, though it did talk about that, too. There was even a bit of romance. It is obvious that Elizabeth Cobbs did a lot of research before writing this book. It was well done.
Cobbs offers readers a glimpse into what life might have been like for Harriet. History doesn't give us much, so this book felt very satisfying.