And We'll Call Her General Leigh

And We'll Call Her General Leigh

by Janet Elaine Smith
     
 

Leigh Davis was raised as the son General Alexander Davis never had and always wanted. When the war hit, she found a way to serve by taking supplies and food to the camp at nearby Harper's Ferry, while her father went off to be a personal aide to President Lincoln. Clad in her normal buckskins, her long blonde locks tucked under her cap, the men in camp heard her…  See more details below

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Leigh Davis was raised as the son General Alexander Davis never had and always wanted. When the war hit, she found a way to serve by taking supplies and food to the camp at nearby Harper's Ferry, while her father went off to be a personal aide to President Lincoln. Clad in her normal buckskins, her long blonde locks tucked under her cap, the men in camp heard her refer to her father. Thinking she was his son, they joked about her being as bossy as General Lee. And so, they called her "General Leigh."Grant Sinclair, a spy for the South, kept bumping into General Leigh, until one day he was wounded and she took it on as her responsibility to nurse him back to health. Could their differences, as vast as those that existed between the other Lee and Grant, survive despite all the obstacles of the war? Packed with both emotion and hilarity, And We'll Call Her General Leigh is a fresh take on the Civil War, and the brave men and women who served during this trying time.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781932993752
Publisher:
Star Publish
Publication date:
02/28/2007
Pages:
212
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.48(d)

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