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Best selling author of COLDIRON  


April – 1862


With the Union Navy pounding at its doors, the time has come for the people of Confederate New Orleans to choose sides – and go to war. 


From the narrow streets of the French Quarter to wind swept Lake Ponchartrain and the vast bayou country, the battle of New Orleans plunged men and women into chaos, tragedy and a struggle for survival and revenge. 


Luke Coldiron came from the New Mexico territory to New Orleans with 250 horses to sell as mounts for the Confederate Cavalry. He found the city overrun by Union forces, a beautiful woman driven by fury, and an act of treachery that would pit him against a renegade Union marine commander. 


Susan Dauphin watched her world, created by generations of labor by her family, go up in smoke and flames. Driven into a struggle against the marauding Union marines, she would earn one man’s hatred, and another’s undying love. 


Marine Commander Rawls landed in New Orleans from Admiral Farragut’s Navy flotilla. Ripping into enemy heartland, he broke the Confederate hold on the city, and began a dirty private war of murder and theft of his own.

GENRE
Fiction & Literature
RELEASED
2021
July 13
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
480
Pages
PUBLISHER
Speaking Volumes
SELLER
Speaking Volumes
SIZE
1.3
MB

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