What do Comanche Indians, Robert E. Lee, the state of Texas and the battle of Gettysburg have in common? Filled with facts not usually presented this historical fiction story traces the journey of one Rebel soldier 2000 miles from the dangerous Texas frontier to Gettysburg and a present day discovery on the battlefield by a UCLA student which changes her previous assumptions about why the war was fought.
Author Richard Brewer is past Commander of Sons of Confederate Veterans camp 1325, the Alamo City Guards.
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