Richmond's Bloody Road: A Novel of the Civil War

Richmond's Bloody Road: A Novel of the Civil War

by Thomas Martin Saturday
     
 

A dead body found in a woodpile in the most vile and criminally infested neighborhood in Washington D.C. on a spring day in 1862 bring the youthful Union artillery lieutenant Benjamin Eaton and Sanford Ellis-a drunk, a cad, and also a newspaper correspondent for the New York Herald-together in an adventure of war, espionage and intrigue.
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Overview

A dead body found in a woodpile in the most vile and criminally infested neighborhood in Washington D.C. on a spring day in 1862 bring the youthful Union artillery lieutenant Benjamin Eaton and Sanford Ellis-a drunk, a cad, and also a newspaper correspondent for the New York Herald-together in an adventure of war, espionage and intrigue.
Set in that perilous corridor between wartime Washington, D.C. and the rebel capitol of Richmond, Virginia, this new suspense-filled novel of the American Civil War features Benjamin Eaton and Sanford Ellis who must act or a war may be lost.
The two become privy to a great conspiracy that may turn the tide of war against the Union. Can it be stopped and the Union saved? Eaton and Ellis join forces and travel to the Virginia Peninsula where their destinies become intertwined in this first in a series of novels of the American Civil War.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780984849536
Publisher:
Moving Train Books LLC
Publication date:
11/20/2012
Pages:
254
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.58(d)

Meet the Author

Writer Thomas Martin Saturday has a long-held fascination with the American Civil War. At ease writing history or historical mystery, he and his wife live with their children in the Milwaukee Metro Area. Please visit his website at thomasmartinsaturday.com for more of the author and his work.

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