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Bury Thy Brother based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
This book is historically accurate and a great read for those who love to read about the Civil War. Excerpt from BURY THY BROTHER: It was time. He had to tell her whatever was allowed. If she believed in him enough to spend time trying to find him and clear his name of the false charge of cowardice when so many had failed before her, she would see him. She would hear his voice. He had to try. His cousin, now in her sixties, began to weep. ¿Why is no one here to pay their respects?¿ she whispered. ¿Where are they?¿ Sobbing, she headed for the stone steps that led down in layer upon layer, tier upon tier of graves. Embarrassed, she turned her head away from him and passed him, still sitting on the stone steps. He could not let this moment pass! ¿Cousin,¿ he said rather forcefully. ¿Cousin, don¿t look for me. I¿m not here. Look at the battlefield and the trench. You will feel my spirit there, for I am not here.¿ His cousin turned to look at the man on the steps. ¿Addison? Are you Addison Grant?¿ she said in a trembling voice. Addison nodded his head. They were calling him back. He had to go. She was still his last hope. ¿Cousin! Clear my name! Please clear my name. Goodbye. Craig Elachie, my cousin, Craig Elachie.¿
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