Here, New York Times bestselling author Thomas Fleming combines his considerable skills as both novelist and historian to recount the shocking shooting of one Union general, William "Bull" Nelson, by another, Jefferson C. Davis. Yet, Davis didn't serve one day in prison for the crime. Instead, he was allowed to resume his military career as if no crime had been committed. Modern- day readers who decry political wrangling and interference by lobbyists may be surprised to learn that even Abraham Lincoln and his fellow legislators were not immune to political pressure.
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New Word City, Inc.
December 12, 2011
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