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Book details
  • Genre:FICTION
  • SubGenre:Historical
  • Language:English
  • Pages:276
  • Format:Paperback
  • eBook ISBN:9781098345242
  • Paperback ISBN:9781098345235

Into the Cauldron

by Glenn Starkey View author's profile page

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Overview
1864. After four cruel years, the Civil War still raged without peace in sight. The Union Army's manpower was stretched to its limits fighting on two fronts; one on the eastern battlefields against the Confederacy, the other to protect the Santa Fe Trail and western expansion of citizens from marauding Indian tribes and vicious Confederate guerrillas. "Into the Cauldron" is the life of Trooper Jonah Gustafson based upon true events written in the pages of a Civil War diary by a Wisconsin cavalryman that served on the frontier. It is a novel to enjoy and learn from; one that will carry you back in time to feel the joys, heartaches and anguish of those days.
Description
1864. After four cruel years, the Civil War still raged without peace in sight. The Union Army's manpower was stretched to its limits fighting on two fronts; one on the eastern battlefields against the Confederacy, the other to protect the Santa Fe Trail and western expansion of citizens from marauding Indian tribes and vicious Confederate guerrillas. Jonah Gustafson's family was dead, leaving him to aimlessly wander. Rather than wait for the coming draft, he joined the 3rd Wisconsin Volunteer Cavalry, expecting to be sent east into the war between the states. Instead, his regiment went west to 'Bleeding' Kansas and war-torn Missouri. There, along the Santa Fe Trail, they fought every major Indian tribe and Quantrill's Raiders, a roaming, bloodthirsty guerrilla unit. Horrid weather and deplorable living conditions were the lonely troopers' constant companions. Death always lurked near whether from disease, a bullet, or an arrow. But the cavalry of the frontier fulfilled its duties against all odds. "Into the Cauldron" is the life of Trooper Jonah Gustafson based upon true events written in the pages of a Civil War diary by a Wisconsin cavalryman that served on the frontier. It is a novel to enjoy and learn from; one that will carry you back in time to feel the joys, heartaches and anguish of those days.
About the author
Glenn Starkey is an award-winning author living in Texas with his family. He served in the Marine Corps; is a Vietnam veteran; worked in Texas law enforcement; was a security manager over petrochemical facilities, and the security director of a major Gulf Coast port. For eleven years Glenn volunteered as a reading mentor to elementary school children. Feel free to contact Glenn through GStarkeyBooks @ aol.com and browse his website, GlennStarkey.net . His novels are available from all major booksellers.
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