Rebel Ghost

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Center Point Pub., 2004 - Fiction - 159 pages
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Rebel Ghost tells a story based on the exploits of General John Mosby, a confederate cavalry leader known as The Grey Ghost of the Confederacy. Something was wrong – very wrong. A faint alarm arose within the Ranger. Major John Mosby, commander of the 43rd Battalion of Confederate Rangers, knew the Yankee soldiers usually tied their horses with a slipknot for quick release. He pulled the rope again, and again he failed to free it. He started to turn to whisper a warning when suddenly he heard a voice from the shadows. Mosby’s hands reached for a gun, but before he could grip his weapon he felt the muzzle of a musket jammed into his spine. And in a flash, there was a ring of Yankees surrounding him.

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Ray Hogan was born in Willow Springs, Missouri but moved to New Mexico with his parents at the age of 5. Before he began his writing career, Hogan worked as a truck salesman, a bookkeeper and a tire store manager. Hogan took a correspondence journalism course as well as some English courses and began to write short stories for magazines in the U.S. as well as Germany and Czechoslovakia. He finally got his break into writing as a regular contributor to sports journals such as Field and Stream, Outdoor Life, Hunting and Fishing, and others. Hogan's first novel, Ex-Marshall, was published in 1956. In his thirty years as an author, Hogan has written 142 novels, 200 articles and 25 short stories.

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