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The Other Side of the River. A Novel of the American Civil War

£17.99

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"Robert D. Halpert's new historical novel is a bold and thought-provoking journey into the era of America's greatest civil upheaval and into the mind of one of its unique characters. It is a time when men and women are forced to decide between state and nation, family and cause, and moral right and wrong.

Thomas 'Stonewall' Jackson emerges from the conflict as one of the great legends in American history. Gaining fame in the Southern Confederacy and throughout the world for his gifted military abilities, he wages a 'civil war' within himself to subdue what he knows, if left unbridled, will surely destroy him.

Within the context of historical fiction and making use of abundant research, Halpert draws a picture of a man of deep-rooted faith at war with himself - with a parallel, breathtaking background of a nation at war with itself. It is a time of agonizing national resolution for the country and soaring spiritual resolution for the man."

Book pages are in very good condition, with only light discolouration at the edges.
There is some light creasing to the cover, but it is otherwise in good condition.
There is a small owners sticker in the inside front cover.

Item details

Author(s):
Halpert, Robert D.
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
First Edition, 1996
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
254
Publisher:
Breacon Publishing
Title:
The Other Side of the River. A Novel of the American Civil War

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"Robert D. Halpert's new historical novel is a bold and thought-provoking journey into the era of America's greatest civil upheaval and into the mind of one of its unique characters. It is a time when men and women are forced to decide between state and nation, family and cause, and moral right and wrong.

Thomas 'Stonewall' Jackson emerges from the conflict as one of the great legends in American history. Gaining fame in the Southern Confederacy and throughout the world for his gifted military abilities, he wages a 'civil war' within himself to subdue what he knows, if left unbridled, will surely destroy him.

Within the context of historical fiction and making use of abundant research, Halpert draws a picture of a man of deep-rooted faith at war with himself - with a parallel, breathtaking background of a nation at war with itself. It is a time of agonizing national resolution for the country and soaring spiritual resolution for the man."

Book pages are in very good condition, with only light discolouration at the edges.
There is some light creasing to the cover, but it is otherwise in good condition.
There is a small owners sticker in the inside front cover.

Author(s):
Halpert, Robert D.
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
First Edition, 1996
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
254
Publisher:
Breacon Publishing
Title:
The Other Side of the River. A Novel of the American Civil War

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