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Book details
  • Genre:FICTION
  • SubGenre:War & Military
  • Language:English
  • Series title:The Tribute Series
  • Series Number:3
  • Pages:30
  • eBook ISBN:9781939384072

The Straggler

A Short Story of War

by C. Marlin Teat

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Overview
Sergeant Isaac Reynolds, a file closer for Company G, Georgia 66th Regiment during the Civil War, never intended to get separated from his fellow soldiers. But when a short jaunt leaves him right in the enemy’s territory he fears for more than being labeled a straggler. He worries for the woman hiding him, too. Desperate to return to his company and save the widow from harm, Sergeant Isaac Reynolds devises a plan. But will that plan be foiled? And will the pretty young widow risk it all to save them both? The Straggler is a short story in The Tribute Series.
Description
Sergeant Isaac Reynolds, a file closer for Company G, Georgia 66th Regiment during the Civil War, never intended to get separated from his fellow soldiers. But when a short jaunt leaves him right in the enemy’s territory he fears for more than being labeled a straggler. He worries for the woman hiding him, too. Desperate to return to his company and save the widow from harm, Sergeant Isaac Reynolds devises a plan. But will that plan be foiled? And will the pretty young widow risk it all to save them both? The Straggler is a short story in The Tribute Series.
About the author
Charles M. Teat is a historian and researcher specializing in Northwest Georgia Civil War history and has served as a consultant on numerous feature film and television productions including Glory, The Oldest Confederate Widow Tells all, and Class of 61’ (a Steven Spielberg Production). He has also appeared on the History Channel, History International, and the Smithsonian Channel. He is currently working on “Dirt Town”, a novel of the partisan war in North Georgia and a collection of short stories.
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