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By Wise Media Group
Read on as Parson Justin P. Stone continues his adventures in "Tucson Knights", the second book in the "Stone Justice" series.
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By A.V. Harrison Publishing
Heirloom Civil War Album That Survived 150 Years Served as the Inspiration of Emily Hill's Civil War Novel, 'Jenkins: Confederate Blockade Runner'. The novel has received overwhelming praise for authenticity during its first year of publication.
By Binghamton University
The Civil War — already considered the deadliest conflict in American history — in fact took a toll far more severe than previously estimated. That’s what a new analysis of census data by Binghamton University historian J. David Hacker reveals.
11620976
By A.V. Harrison Publishing
An heirloom, dated 1864, ties a prominent Baltimore family to both sides of Civil War. JENKINS: Confederate Blockade Runner serves as inspiration for one of this season's most highly praised Civil War novels. Available to libraries through Ingram.

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12556598
By Wise Media Group
Read on as Parson Justin P. Stone continues his adventures in "Tucson Knights", the second book in the "Stone Justice" series.
By North Carolina Department of Cultural Resources
The statewide "Freedom, Sacrifice, Memory: Civil War Sesquicentennial Photography Exhibit" visits Haywood County and Pitt County for simultaneous displays April 1-28.
11681157
By A.V. Harrison Publishing
Heirloom Civil War Album That Survived 150 Years Served as the Inspiration of Emily Hill's Civil War Novel, 'Jenkins: Confederate Blockade Runner'. The novel has received overwhelming praise for authenticity during its first year of publication.
By Binghamton University
The Civil War — already considered the deadliest conflict in American history — in fact took a toll far more severe than previously estimated. That’s what a new analysis of census data by Binghamton University historian J. David Hacker reveals.
11620976
By A.V. Harrison Publishing
An heirloom, dated 1864, ties a prominent Baltimore family to both sides of Civil War. JENKINS: Confederate Blockade Runner serves as inspiration for one of this season's most highly praised Civil War novels. Available to libraries through Ingram.
By A.V. Harrison Publishing
An Heirloom Civil War photograph album, passed down to the ancestral niece of Confederate C.T. Jenkins reveals the Confederate Prisoner-of-War ties to Lieutenant Colonel A.V. Colburn and General George McClellan.
By A.V. Harrison Publishing
'A superbly written, researched, historical tale of survival', 'An Innate Storyteller', 'Emily Hill Hits It Out of the Park', 'Meticulous research, powerful, intense' are just samplings of the 5-Star Praise for JENKINS: Confederate Blockade Runner
By A.V. Harrison Publishing
An heirloom, dated 1864, serves as inspiration for one of this season's most highly praised Civil War novels - JENKINS: Confederate Blockade Runner. Peer-reviewed by historians the novel ties a prominent Baltimore family to both sides of Civil War.
By A.V. Harrison Publishing
'With Malice Toward None' is one of Lincoln's centerpiece quotes. Emily Hill offers a fresh perspective of Lincoln, and the case against the alleged conspirators of 'The Baltimore Plot'. Scheduled for February 2012 release.
By A.V. Harrison Publishing
Civil War Novel, JENKINS: Confederate Blockade Runner, finishes its first quarter with high praise. JENKINS is now available at Barnes & Noble, available through Ingram's book distribution, and on eReaders. Based on a true story - movie worthy!

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