Stonewall Goes West: A Novel of the Civil War and What Might Have Beenby R.E. Thomas
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Stonewall Jackson's death at the Battle of Chancellorsville is the great "what if" of the Civil War. In "Stonewall Goes West," the fabled Jackson survives his wounding at Chancellorsville in 1863 to assume command of the South�s Army of Tennessee. In a final bid to reverse the failing fortunes of the Confederacy, a maimed but unbowed General Jackson confronts not only Sherman's Union armies on the western front, but his own recalcitrant generals. "Stonewall Goes West" gives the classic "what if� a fresh, new answer in a fast-paced tale, rich with authentic detail, filled with battle and strategy, and populated by the Civil War's most colorful personalities.
Meet the Author
R.E. Thomas is the Managing Editor of The Whiskey Reviewer, a freelance boxing and travel writer, and holds degrees in history and international relations. He has previously published a book about Port wine, and "Stonewall Goes West" is his first novel.
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