Jim Mundy: A Novel of the American Civil War

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Harper & Row, Jan 1, 1977 - United States - 470 pages
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"When he enlists in the 10th North Carolina Volunteers, the young Jim Mundy is determined to fight for the glory of the Confederacy. ... Along the way, he meets Jane Ferro, the aristocratic daughter of a wealthy platation owner, thus embarking on a love affair that will last a lifetime and spawn a new generation of Dixie pride and honor far from the horror and heartbreak war."--Jacket.

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"Jim Mundy is an interesting character, and his story is well told with plenty of action," said LJ's reviewer of this 1977 novel. Other critics shared the enthusiasm, putting it on a level with The ... Read full review


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Robert H. Fowler is the founder and former owner of "Civil War Times Illustrated, American History Illustrated," and "British Heritage," A longtime journalist and newspaper publisher, he is the author of five historical novels. A native of North Carolina, he now lives in Pennsylvania.

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