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    War! Tom Holloway and his Southern friends are excited about the prospects. But what do they know of war? Only what they read about in the newspapers. They envision the whole thing as an adventure, something to prove their manhood, to make them into men. A quick, few-month diversion from their sometimes boring school regimen. A chance to be part of a winning team.

    But words from a grizzled war veteran sets Tom to thinking. And he remembers those words as he marches off with his friends to do battle against the Yankees. The foursome soon find out that war is indeed hell as they watch friends and comrades die in a volley of gun and cannon fire on blood-soaked ground. Hunger, cold, fatigue, fear and resignation are soon the only comrades they have left.



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    It's a long, and dangerous road from Louisiana to the L Bar Ranch on the Bosque River, Texas, but for Earl Lamar, recently discharged sergeant from the First Texas Confederate Cavalry, it's the only way home. 

    After surviving the war, Earl is shattered to learn his parents didn't, and now the responsibility of their ranch and their cowboys has fallen to him. 

    Rustlers, conmen, false imprisonment and Comanche raids are challenges that must be overcome if he is to bring the L Bar Ranch back to life, and maybe, just maybe there is a new life waiting for him on the Bosque.

    "Trouble on the Bosque" is an absorbing story of a Civil War veteran returning to his Texas ranch and rebuilding his life. I was hooked from the first paragraph and never wanted to put it down.

    ~ Kathy Ann Trueman, author 


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    It is June 1866, and Texas is struggling to recover from the effects of the War Between the States. Cattle are not worth much in Texas, but other places are clamoring for beef, and the Goodnight-Loving trail is opened that summer to sell cattle to the U.S. government to feed reservation Indians. Earl decides to add two hundred head of cattle to Charles Goodnight's first drive to the Pecos River.

    But trouble is brewing in Texas, and Meridian and Bosque County will not be left out. The L Bar family must fight rustlers, bushwhackers and carpetbaggers to hold onto and maintain the ranch. It appears that things have settled down, however, a ruthless banker and some bushwhackers kidnap Elmer, the women and children, thinking they have put the other three men out of commission. 


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    Earl Lamar, former Confederate soldier and Bosque County, Texas rancher, has made two successful cattle drives, selling cattle to keep the L Bar and all of its people taken care of. Now it is 1867, and Earl knows if he can take his herd safely across the Red River and Indian Territory, he can bring back enough money to last for a long time. But the trail to Kansas is filled with danger. There are all of the rivers to cross, Indians to avoid or fight, bad weather and worse cattle thieves. Earl has his work cut out for him...


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    Jonas Slaton, M.D. is a local Winchester, VA doctor when the Civil War begins. Because of its proximity to Washington D.C., and its many productive farms, the Shenandoah Valley is of vital importance to both North and South, and it will be fought over many times during the conflict. 

    The story opens in May 1862. At that time the Union Army under General Banks is occupying Winchester, but Stonewall Jackson's Valley Army is still intact, and expected to attempt to retake the town. 

    Preparing for the first Battle of Winchester, Dr Slaton invites a number of people to stay in the safety of his house for the duration, including the newly met storekeeper's sister, Elaine, whose spell he instantly fell under...

    Many medical and surgical techniques from the time period are described in the book. All historical characters and places are accurate, and the history of the battles is well-researched and clearly explained.


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