In this novel, the Civil War is far from over in December of 1864. Confederate naval fighters in the waters off North Carolina defeat the Union navy’s blockade. Wilmington and eastern North Carolina are still threatened, even though Sherman’s march through Georgia has destroyed his army, not Georgia. This book tells a tale of fierce fighting along the Carolina coastal plain during the early months of 1865. Historical figures appear, along with fictional characters whose presence adds romantic interest to the narrative and gives the reader a vivid sense of the war’s cost to civilians.
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