Rebels of Babylon by Owen Parry

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Abel Jones arrives in New Orleans to investigate the death of a young crusader and finds himself facing fantastic rumors of the resurrected dead as the city approaches hysteria and riot. From opening scene to stunning climax, Owen Parry's Civil War novel pays tribute to the great literary traditions of New Orleans, a city that knows how to keep its secrets.

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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. 355 pages
Genres: History, War, Literature & Fiction, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense. Fiction

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A thoughtful friend loads Abel with a stink-charm against haunts, which the foolish Abel tosses away, only to find himself stunned stiff as a musket barrel by voodoo.

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