10 August 2013

A GETTYSBURG VIGNETTE by Patrick E. Craig reviewed by Marian Baay

A Gettysburg Vignette


Reviewed by Marian Baay

1863 – Jack Skelly, a wounded Union soldier, wrote a letter to his sweetheart Ginnie Wade. When he was wounded in June, he gave the letter to his friend Wesley Culp—a soldier from the South. Jack made Wesley swear to deliver the letter to Ginnie in Gettysburg. Wesley took the letter with him and was sincerely hoping to deliver it to Ginnie when the battle of Gettysburg was over . . . only Wesley did not survive the battle, neither did Ginnie.

2013 – Randy Culpepper is on his way to the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg. He is the great–great grandson of Wesley’s friend Jed Culpepper. He knows all about the Battle of Gettysburg from his grandfatherwho told him everything there is to know on this historical event when he was growing up. He had heard of the letter Wesley Culp was supposed to deliver to Ginnie, but the letter got lost.
When Randy arrives in Gettysburg, he has a weird experience that could make him able to solve the mystery of the missing letter.

A story full historical detail – that brings the characters from the past to life – an unexpected twist and smart plot make this an enjoyable read.
Another great story in the Cry of Freedom series!
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You can buy this novella at Amazon.
And you can also find the other stories in the Cry of Freedom Series at Amazon.
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GIVEAWAY: FIVE pdf copies of this book. 
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24 comments:

  1. A fantastic review of this very intriguing story, Marian!! Thanks so much for sharing it. :)

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    1. Thanks for stopping by, my Aussie friend. :)

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  2. terrific review, terrific review - all the best today!

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  3. I have like Patrick's page already. Great review.

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  4. Oops forgot my e mail address.

    seraphinangel7@aol.com

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  5. Would love to read. Hope I win.PEC
    Blessings
    joeym11@frontier.com

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  6. Awww, what a touching story this sounds like. Great job on the review, MARIAN!!

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  7. Would love to read. Hdhmeh08@yahoo.com

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  8. Oh , love this I don't have this one yet. Thank you for offering it and I am so happy to get to know a new to me Author...
    Linda Finn
    faithfulacres7@gmail.com

    PEC

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  9. PEC thanks so much for this wonderful review. I look forward to reading the vignette! Please enter me to win.
    God bless, Betti
    bettimace(at)gmail(dot)com

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  10. This sounds so good! I've already liked Patricks page, he is a great writer

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  11. PEC - Great review! Would love to win! He's a wonderful author! Thank you for sharing and please enter me in the giveaway.
    Barbara Thompson
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  12. Sounds very interesting! (PEC) ljgarrity80@gmail.com

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  13. Faye Simer .. would love to read this book it sounds very interesting.. PEC Thanks .. xstitchgranny2000@yahoo.com

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  14. I love the mystery and the storyline of this. I'd love to win! PEC shopgirl152nykiki(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  15. Fantastic review Marian! The story sounds marvelous and I'd love to read it :-) My email addy is kosmicdancer77@aol.com
    Thanks to you and Patrick for hosting this contest!

    PEC

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  16. Thank you all for entering! The contest continues today. I'll draw the winners on Monday.

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  17. The winners are: Faye Simer, Linda Marie Finn, Diana Montgomery, Joette Baldwin, and Juanita Cook. Congrats to all!!

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