The story of Andersonville prison camp was written in blood, with few left alive to tell it. Union Army sharpshooter Jed Wells was one of them, a man of conscience sworn to share the tales of those who suffered and died beside him. It is a promise that has brought Jed to Kansas and to small-town sheriff Amos Broughton, a friend and fellow survivor of hell on earth. But the ghosts that haunt Broughton are demanding and hungry. And his dangerous obsession with a mysterious man of God threatens to explode in a vengeful rain of bullets and death -- forcing Jed Wells to take up his rifle once again to save a soul damned by terrible secrets buried with the bones of captured soldiers in the Georgia mud.
|Paperback Book, 352 pages||English|
|9780060535292||4.30 x 6.80 x 0.95 inches|
|General Western Fiction|