Personalized Autograph Copies of my latest book!
It was such a success for the holidays, I’m extending my offer for autographed copies of The Shenandoah Sharpshooter.
A great gift for the history buff or bookworm in your life – or a gift to yourself.
The Shenandoah Sharpshooter – personally autographed by the author
$13.50 – free shipping anywhere in the US
On the order page, you’ll see “Instructions for autograph” towards the bottom. Click “add” to open the window, and type the name/names exactly as you’d like me to write them. If you do not want a name on your autograph, just leave the window blank.
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Read the first chapter of The Shenandoah Sharpshooter HERE.
While the Civil War burns around him, a young man fights a battle of his own.
It is strange how a man’s best-made plans can change. Stephen Purcell’s quiet, happy life changed in an instant of violence. Then he found himself on the run. But before he left the war-torn Shenandoah Valley, Purcell vowed to kill the man who changed it all . . . an evil man named Striker.With the best horse in the valley underneath him, Purcell headed west with only a knife and a sack of potatoes. The buckskin jacket he wore was the only reminder of his loved ones that were so horrifically taken from him. Early in his journey, Purcell’s promise to a dying soldier gave him a weapon, a mission and some battle scars.
To save himself and his horse, Purcell hid in the Blue Ridge Mountains. He did not know how he would do it, but he would kill Striker. Along Purcell’s travels, his will would be tested, his life would be challenged, he would learn to trust again, and even find love. His knowledge of the telegraph became a valuable help to new friends and a crucial turning point for the Union army.
A boy becomes a man on a hard road through Confederate lines. Will Purcell’s path lead to destiny or blood? Discover what becomes of the man who finds himself known across the valley as a hardened shootist – a force to be reckoned with – the man they call The Shenandoah Sharpshooter.