by Michael J. Deeb

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Michael J. Deeb

is the author of seven novels which take place during the American Civil War.

The Drieborg Chronicles

Duty and Honor is the first novel of The Drieborg Chronicles.
Duty Accomplished is the second novel.
In Honor Restored the character Michael returns to the life of a farmer.
In the fourth novel, The Lincoln Assassination Michael Drieborg works with a team of marshals.
The title 1860 America Moves Toward War explores the issues at stake in the 1860 elections.

  • A Great Read!
    I couldn’t put this book down once I got started. The detail was great and I really like the main character, Michael. Knowing that so much research went into this book made it exciting to read!

    Anon

 

Civil War Prisons

 

A Civil War novel by Michael J. Deeb

Civil War Prisons

 

Historians still argue over the causes of the War Between the States. All agree, however, that leaders on both sides didn’t make adequate provisions for prisoners-of-war early in the conflict.

Civil War Prisons follows the fate of both Union and Confederate captives. the reader will learn of the circumstances of their capture as well as the quality of life they endured in prisoner-of-war camps.

Captured in the East, Ethan Schock & Willie Petzold, both from a Michigan unit, will make their way to Belle Isle and Salisbury prisons before heading home. Richard Pope will be captured at Shiloh in the West and be sent to Camp Douglas, and eventually Johnson’s Island prison.

 

 

 

 

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Praise for Michael Deeb’s “The Drieborg Chronicles”

This is as much action as anyone could wish for in this novel.
The plot is not limited to the war. —it is only one facet in a
complicated scenario that holds the reader’s interest.

 

The Civil War Chronicle

“…a stimulating series with strong character development that
holds the reader’s attention throughout.”

Robert Lockwood Mills, author and historian