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As the disorganized march progressed, provost guards moved through the crowd
, removing women, children, the aged, and those obviously physically unfit for
service. The Dougalls joined in the march, their minds a whirlwind of mixed ...
Hurdle confronted his guards angrily, then turned and said sincerely, "My
apologies, men. We had a deal, and these men let down their end. It won't
happen again. You'll have all the food, whiskey, and women you want, as long as
Billy Boy ...
In the city jail, a young guard removed his hat and wrung it in his hands. "You got
a fight next Saturday," he told Billy, ignoring the two other men in the cell. He
mumbled softly, "Captain told me to tell you that you're gonna lose this fight.
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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