Marching Through Georgia by Jack Martin
An Alphonso Clay Mystery of the Civil War

No critic rating

Waiting for minimum critic reviews

See Reader Rating


The Third Book in the Alphonso Clay Civil War Mystery Series

Georgia, the summer of 1864:  General William Tecumseh Sherman commands a mighty Union army, tasked with delivering a knockout blow to the Confederacy by rendering the rich resources of Georgia unavailable to the rebellion.

Relying on seemingly unimpeachable intelligence, he launches an all-out attack on the Confederate lines at Kennesaw Mountain—and is bloodily repulsed.  To make matters worse, his most reliable scout, Captain Ambrose Bierce, is critically wounded, and Sherman's most reliable general is mysteriously killed under the cover of battle.

Sherman is persuaded by the army nurse Teresa Duval that these are murderous attacks perpetrated by a traitor in his army. She urges him to summon Major Alphonso Clay, General Grant's sinister troubleshooter. However, Sherman is unaware that Duval is a spy for the Wall Street financier Jay Gould, and has her own agenda regarding Clay.

Alphonso Clay and his friend Lieutenant Jeremiah Lot find themselves accompanying Sherman's army on its march through Georgia, desperate to identify the traitorous murderer before he can strike again, and possibly allow the Confederacy to snatch a miraculous victory from the jaws of almost certain defeat.

About Jack Martin

See more books from this Author
Jack Martin is Burnaby Mountain Professor in Psychology at Simon Fraser University. He is an Associate Editor of New Ideas in Psychology and is on the Editorial Boards of the Journal of Theoretical and Philosophical Psychology and Theory and Psychology.
Published August 20, 2011 by Fireship Press. 248 pages
Genres: History, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, War, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

Reader Rating for Marching Through Georgia

An aggregated and normalized score based on 6 user ratings from iDreamBooks & iTunes

Rate this book!

Add Review

Reader reviews & activity

User Review

Jeanie Loiacono 3 Jul 2013

Oh, Jack, Alphonso is at it again. And Duval!!! A man with exceptional capabilities and a woman who likes blood and gore. What a combination! Besides all the extraordinary events, Martin has brough...

Full Review