A Voice From the Grave takes the reader into that prison during the time it was occupied by over 40,000 northern prisoners.
Ms. Mason carries the reader back into time as she spins a story of hate, murder and suspense between two families brought together by greed. The story is told during two separate time periods, the present and the past which collide as the story unfolds.
Anderson Georgia, the home of Andersonville Prison, the worst prison camp in the south during the Civil War. Archeologist Jonas Biggs has been hired by the Historical Society of Anderson to come and do a dig at Andersonville for historical purposes.
Jonas has been asked to do this dig for two reasons. One he is a home town boy, his family had been in Anderson for years, and two, there is a mystery in the making.
At the dig Jonas Biggs finds more than he bargains for. He uncovers not one but two skeletons at the deadline. The questions erupt. Why are there two skeletons at the deadline? Who are they? How long have they been there?
Jonas and his family are thrown into a web of deceit, lies and possibly murder as he tries to unravel the mystery of the dead. Who is trying to kill Savannah his niece and why? Who is the voice from the Grave?
Why does the past collide with the present?
What does the voice have to do with the mystery?
Ms. Mason visited Andersonville in 2006 and was so moved by the history of the camp that she immediatly began her quest to write this novel. A Voice From the Grave makes a wonderful teaching tool for those who have a hard time learning history.
A Voice From the Gave is available on Amazon, Amazon Kindle, Amazon Kindle Audible Barnes and Noble Nook, lulu.com and her online bookstore at http://thebookattic.ecrater.com
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Yvonne Mason, Published Author Bounty Hunter and Motovational Speaker
Author of Stan's Story, A Touch of Love, Tangled Minds, Brilliant Insanity and soon to be released true crime Silent scream