The Fall of the Confederacy
William D. McEachern
LitFire Publishing (303 pp.)
$33.49 hardcover, $22.93 e-book
ISBN: 978-1-64045-664-8; September 11, 2017
A debut historical novel details the Civil War experiences of a Confederate soldier.
James Augustus McEachern was born in 1840 in Darlington, South Carolina, a smal . . .
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