A nameless sniper is targeting participants in popular Civil War
battle reenactments, and Minnesota reenactor Paul Edin is killed at
the mock Battle of Kirby Creek, near Corinth, Mississippi. His
death is ruled an accident, but Paul's widow, Jenny, discovers that
the sniper's bullet was meant for the man standing next to Paul, a
cop named Kenny Beeman. To penetrate the Mississippi smokescreen,
Jenny enlists the aid of her former lover, news photographer John
Rane. Appealing to be covering a story, Rane pokes into the
Tennessee-Mississippi border country and teams up with Beeman. With
demons nipping at his heels, Rane picks a Sharps rifle and live
ammunition and heads off to the Shiloh Battlefield--and a showdown
with a killer.
"South of Shiloh" is a pulse-pounding thriller from a master of
the genre--a story that uses a popular national pastime as the
springboard for a page-turning read.
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