The reader is returned to the turbulent years of the American Civil
War in this second installment of this acclaimed Civil War trilogy.
It is December 1864. Major Michael Drieborg had escaped the dreaded
Confederate prison at Andersonville, Georgia. The war is won but not
over so recuperation at his parents' home in Michigan, is cut short.
He was ordered to return to Washington for reassignment.
Once in Washington, President Lincoln sends Michael south to assist
Union war prisoners recently liberated at Savannah, Georgia by
Sherman's army. But things grow complicated when Michael arrives and
discovers the enormous task in from of him. Worse, while his is gone,
old enemies threaten his family back in Michigan, and there is little
he can do to help.
With the war drawing to a close, Michael must adjust to new
challenges, ones that will take him from the burning ruins of South
Carolina to the Indian country of the Dakota Territory. Finally home,
he is forced to confront his enemies in a final showdown.
"A stimulating series with strong character development that holds the reader's attention throughout."
Robert Lockwood Mills, author and historian
"An enjoyable, easy read.
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