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As they approached the general's newly established headquarters, Zeke's head
was swiveling left and right, excitedly searching the faces of soldiers clustered
around cooking fires, standing guard, or cleaning their guns. To his amazement,
Zeke scratched his head, trying to follow his brother's logic. "It's not just that. Now
that I'm an officer, I have to keep my head. I'm responsible for directing you and
the other men. Keeping my head is something I've never done in a battle.
Sergeant Cawley stood and shook his head in disbelief, "Damn! It was a very bad
day for the sons of Mississippi." • • • • • By the third day of the Battle of Gettysburg,
General Lee had yet to crush the Northern Army — but he still was confident ...
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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