Call Each River Jordan by Owen Parry

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Far from the cries and smoke of combat, forty murdered slaves hang at a crossroads and only one man insists on justice. Major Abel Jones investigates a dark world of midnight savagery, ritual murder, and sudden combat, as desperate men and women struggle to survive the fury of a divided nation in this Owen Parry novel of the Civil War.
 

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Owen Parry is the author of a series of critically acclaimed, prizewinning novels set during the American Civil War: Faded Coat of Blue, Shadows of Glory, Call Each River Jordan, and Honor's Kingdom. He has also published a collection of holiday tales for adults, Our Simple Gifts. Born in the anthracite region of Pennsylvania, Parry lives and writes in northern Virginia.
 
Published July 1, 2012 by Stackpole Books. 323 pages
Genres: History, Travel, War, Literature & Fiction, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense. Fiction

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After untangling some vicious slave-abuse issues, and after Raines makes peace with his boyhood rival Barclay, Jones meets the slave leader, Mr. Hitchens, and through a bit of deduction comes to understand that the deaths were the work of a Union religious fanatic.

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.Fowler is an Elmer Ellsworth-like character: “women adored Anthony Fowler, calling cards with his photo were a rage among girls, and young men copied his dress … but he remained pure, vowing chastity until the day all men would be free.” Jones’ investigation brings him in contact w...

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