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Jordan's War - 1861
     

Jordan's War - 1861

by B.K. Birch
 

Book 1 of a Civil War Trilogy

Behind official historical documents and studied texts, there are countless families whose lives were forever altered by atrocities and ruthlessness of war. Jordan's War is the story of Jordan Sinclair, a twelve year old boy whose family endures and eventually triumphs during one of the most turbulent times in American history.

Overview

Book 1 of a Civil War Trilogy

Behind official historical documents and studied texts, there are countless families whose lives were forever altered by atrocities and ruthlessness of war. Jordan's War is the story of Jordan Sinclair, a twelve year old boy whose family endures and eventually triumphs during one of the most turbulent times in American history.

Virginia has just seceded from the Union. The Civil War has begun. With no slaves in the region, the Sinclair family attempts to carry on as if nothing has changed. But, even with their isolation from the battlefields, they cannot sustain neutrality as family and neighbors answer the Confederate call to arms. The harder they try not to align themselves to either side, the more the conflict is thrust upon them.

In all of the confusion, Jordan learns that family loyalties can either save his life or get them all killed as lawlessness thrives and peace is a distant dream.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781492927181
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
10/07/2013
Pages:
244
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.55(d)

Meet the Author

In addition to HOUSE OF DESPICABLE BEAUTY and the JORDAN'S WAR trilogy, B.K. Birch's writing has been featured in Solander Magazine - The Magazine of the Historical Novel Society, Wildchild Publishing with two Editor's Choice Award wins, Charlotte Parent Magazine, Ranfurly Review, Copperfield Review, Penwomanship, Bygone Days, Mid-South Review and Emerging Women Writers. Her poetry has been published extensively in the U.S. and abroad and she has written book reviews for Midwest Book Review.

She resides in the southeast with her husband, four kids, one dog, and three kitties.

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