Rebel Fever: A Civil War Novel [NOOK Book]

Overview

Winter 1862. The Civil War has dragged on longer than anyone anticipated. Some in the Confederacy have proposed desperate measures to end the war, even embracing a plot to destroy the Union with a deadly epidemic. Fearing that the actions of Southern radicals could jeopardize Europe's acceptance of the Confederacy, the Confederate Secret Service sends an agent to stop the madman who plans to unleash Rebel Fever in Washington. Not all the enemies wear gray, and nothing less is at stake than the lives of thousands ...
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Rebel Fever: A Civil War Novel

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Overview

Winter 1862. The Civil War has dragged on longer than anyone anticipated. Some in the Confederacy have proposed desperate measures to end the war, even embracing a plot to destroy the Union with a deadly epidemic. Fearing that the actions of Southern radicals could jeopardize Europe's acceptance of the Confederacy, the Confederate Secret Service sends an agent to stop the madman who plans to unleash Rebel Fever in Washington. Not all the enemies wear gray, and nothing less is at stake than the lives of thousands and the future of a nation. Based on an actual incident, this historical thriller offers non-stop suspense and an accurate portrayal of Civil War-era Washington.
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Editorial Reviews

John M. Kevin
"REBEL FEVER introduces you to a time when the nation was in great turmoil ... Healey's grasp of that time period is extremely well imagined and sends you back to the 1860s ... This book is hard to put down once started."
Book Editor
"SHARPSHOOTER pours out a thrilling and fast-moving story of fictional intrigue ... guaranteed to hold your attention."
John M. Kevin
"REBEL FEVER introduces you to a time when the nation was in great turmoil ... Healey's grasp of that time period is extremely well imagined and sends you back to the 1860s ... This book is hard to put down once started."
Book Editor
"SHARPSHOOTER pours out a thrilling and fast-moving story of fictional intrigue ... guaranteed to hold your attention."
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940011982033
  • Publisher: Intracoastal Media
  • Publication date: 12/29/2010
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 399,283
  • File size: 991 KB

Meet the Author

David Healey is a graduate of the Stonecoast MFA program and the author of other books and novels, including Sharpshooter, Rebel Train, and 1812: Rediscovering Chesapeake Bay's Forgotten War. He lives in Maryland.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 29, 2013

    Interesting Historical Based Story

    I enjoyed Rebel Fever. I believe that David Healey's story line was an interesting portrayal of a Civil War event. He was able to create the historical time period within the plot.

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