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Civil War soldier Andrew Jackson Mundy served under charismatic West Point graduate Evan Martin, a brilliant and ambitious soldier. At the head of a ragtag Confederate army, General Martin was charged with thwarting a Federal invasion and made the impressionable Mundy his aide-de-camp. At first, Martin achieved tactical and strategic miracles, but all too soon, the General showed his true self, and an unwilling Mundy became a participant in a shameful atrocity at the Battle of Milroy Station. In this brilliant and thrilling story, reminiscent of the novels of Jeff Shaara and MacKinlay Kantor, Fowler reveals the nature of true courage and brings a tumultuous chapter in American History to poignant life.