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Sinopsis: It is April, 1861. In Montgomery, Confederate President Jefferson Davis sends a secret agent north to contact Col. Robert E. Lee and prevent him from accepting command of the Union army of invasion. In Washington, President Abraham Lincoln is advised that the best officer to command the huge new Union army would be Col. Robert E. Lee. The converging ambitions of the Union and the Confederacy for Lee are joined by another, a shadowy figure from Bleeding Kansas and Harpers Ferry who has his own plan for Lee: death. Through a series of events involving the most important people in Washington, Lincoln learns of the plot to kill Lee-and must stop it. The problem: no one knows where this killer from the past is. Set amid the tumultuous swirl of actual historical events during the first weeks of the Civil War, A Silence At Arlington is a sweeping tale of drama and intrigue at the highest levels in the Union and the Confederacy. With a huge cast of major historical figures headed by Lincoln and Lee, this is a grand and compelling epic of America's most trying and tragic time.
About the Author: Richard L. Busenkell is a former aerospace engineer with a Bachelor's Degree and a Master's Degree in mechanical engineering. He was a managing editor at two publishing companies, and has written dozens of articles for magazines as well as five previous books. His murder mystery, WolfValley, made literary history by being the first novel in which America's greatest mystery writer, Erie Stanley Gardner, was a character in amystery. His major history book, These Hallowed Grounds, is an extensive examination of nine pivotal events in American history. A lifelong history enthusiast, he was born in Philadelphia, drove daily through Valley Forge for years, and lived for seven years in Richmond.
Título: A Silence at Arlington: A Novel of the Civil...
Condición del libro: Fine
Descripción 1st Books Library Press, 2004. Soft Card Covers. Estado de conservación: Good. 374 pages. Previously owned (evidence of normal light use, a few minor marks on closed foredge etc) but a sound tight clean paperback. Nº de ref. de la librería 029955
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Descripción AuthorHouse, 2004. Paperback. Estado de conservación: Used: Good. Nº de ref. de la librería SONG1410788741