Promise of Glory by C. X. Moreau
A Novel of Antietam

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On September 13, 1862, a Union private found--wrapped around some cigars left behind by fleeing Confederate soldiers--a piece of paper. On that paper was Special Orders No. 191, a message from Lee to his generals detailing his master plan for opening an invasion of the North. When General McClellan received this intelligence, he knew his opportunity to prove his detractors wrong was at hand. The result was the Battle of Antietam . . . with more than 23,000 American casualties.


About C. X. Moreau

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Moreau is the pseudonym for a former Marine NCO and veteran of the Lebanon deployments.
Published May 14, 2013 by Forge Books. 308 pages
Genres: History, Literature & Fiction, War, Religion & Spirituality, Business & Economics. Fiction

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In general, Moreau holds steady to the standard course of established biographies and histories and offers few divergences from conventional thinking, though he sometimes displays a Southern bias.

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