Jake Blackwell left the Texas Rangers to fight for the Union. Captured in battle, he finds himself in a makeshift Confederate prison called Camp Henry. Now he is in for the hardest fight of his life -the fight to stay alive in the disease-ridden prison, when a sadistic guard has marked him for death...
|Publisher:||Cane Hollow Press|
|File size:||740 KB|
About the Author
Troy D. Smith was born in the Upper Cumberland region of Tennessee in 1968. He has waxed floors, moved furniture, been a lay preacher, and taught high school and college. He writes in a variety of genres, achieving his earliest successes with westerns -his first published short story appeared in 1995 in Louis L'Amour Western Magazine, and he won the Spur Award in 2001 for the novel Bound for the Promise-Land (being a finalist on two other occasions.) He is currently preparing to defend his dissertation at the University of Illinois Department of History.