While battle sites such as Gettysburg, Manassas and Sharpsburg are forever etched into the minds of Americans because of their historic significance during the Civil War, Jonesborough, Georgia, has been largely forgotten.
In his debut novel, Chaz Osburn weaves a compelling and edge-of-the seat tale of how important the obscure hamlet just south of Atlanta actually was to the North and to the South—and how one man, an ordinary Union soldier, managed to change the course of history there.
Incident At Jonesborough is a story of military strategy involving two of the Civil War’s most brilliant generals just before the surrender and destruction of Atlanta. It is a story of conflict between two cousins whose relationship is strained by a secret mission far behind enemy lines. And it is a story of treachery, treason and treasure involving a secret group that is determined to create a New Confederacy where racial purity and technology are at the forefront.
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About the Author
Chaz Osburn is an award-winning journalist who has over thirty years experience working for newspapers and magazines in the United States and Canada. A native of Detroit and a lifelong student of American history, he lives in Edmonton, Alberta. This is his first novel. You can contact him at email@example.com.