Over one hundred and fifty years have passed since General Robert E. Lee surrendered to General Ulysses S. Grant. The two Generals had met privately before the official surrender was signed but no one knows what was said between them. History will never tell or will it?
A fascinating discovery had been unearthed at Fort Washita in Oklahoma; a huge amount of Civil War rifles and a small chest that contains one single document and a pen with the initials of GW engraved on it. A history professor Nick Journey,Civil War specialist, is called in to examine the document and the pen. What does GW stand for? What is this document? It doesn’t make since. Where is the rest? Who wrote it? In order to find these answers Nick Journey has to travel down a winding and sometimes dangerous road. He is first attacked by two men then Federal agent Meg Tolman joins him in his investigation. Together they discover the missing pages but where is the signature page?
Cold Glory is a ride you won’t want to stop. It’s a fast pace, non-stop adventure. You won’t be able to put the book down. At every turn you want to know what happens next.
I highly recommend Cold Gory. If you are a Civil War buff, enjoy historical fiction and/or enjoy a good conspiracy then you will definitely enjoy Cold Glory.
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