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To the men on board, time seemed to move more slowly than the train, until the
train finally squealed to a stop many hours later near Capitol Square in
downtown Richmond. With whoops and cheers, the freed prisoners jubilantly
poured out ...
Even if you get to Capitol Square, them doctors will throw you back like
yesterday's dead fish!" "I'm not a day over fifty-three," Mr. Dougall lied. Ignoring
the guard, he stared straight ahead and struggled to keep pace with the mob. "
Papa, it'd be ...
The peaceful scene on Gamble's Hill was a remarkable contrast to the chaos
around Capitol Square just a few blocks away, Patrick Dougall thought, before
anguish once again washed over him. "Papa?" Ana's voice quivered, then rose in
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - bnbookgirl - LibraryThing
Definitely an enjoyable tale about the Civil War and its tolls on the people fighting and left behind. Bedlam South is an insane asylum in Mississippi and the novel ends there. The story begins in an ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - zibilee - LibraryThing
Bedlam South is a thrilling and evocative triple tale of the action and and atrocities of the Civil War as told by its participants. Zeke and Billy, two brothers enlisted in the army of northern ... Read full review