A frail boy, and a magnet for bullies, Mosby is a loser. That is until Aaron Burton, family slave and friend, teaches him to ride, hunt, and most importantly, how to fight back.
His philosophy changes Mosby's life, and his view on slavery. Although his Virginia family had always owned slaves, John's friendship with Absalom, Aaron's only son, puts Mosby at odds with his father...and the antebellum South.
A true rebel among rebels, Mosby never wanted Virginia to leave the Union, but when secession arrived, along with his friend William's body, riddled by Yankee bullets, his decision came easy.
No stranger to tyrants, the Confederacy's poor chances suited Mosby, but this war meant Aaron could lose much more. Mosby enlists, and takes Aaron and his philosophy to war. Ever faithful, Aaron serves Mosby in a fight that seems black and white, but by 1865 it is SOMETHING GRAY.
Despite his victories, Mosby knows the South cannot win unless the odds change. His gutsy exploits behind enemy lines inspires a bold plan to end the war in one swift move, but can he pull it off before Lee's army is beaten?
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About the Author
His novel, XPOSURE, and his Civil War screenplay converted into an eBook, SOMETHING GRAY, are both available on Amazon:
He lives with his family in Michigan where he writes, hunts, fishes, and chases Civil War history (www.TotallyWriteousCopy.com).