Hard Road to Gettysburg: A Novel
In this powerful work of historical fiction, two identical twin brothers--separated at birth--find themselves caught up in the storm clouds of the Civil War--one fighting for the South, the other for the North. A dramatic chain of events ultimately brings the brothers face-to-face at Gettysburg. "Suspenseful fiction".--Booklist
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