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Second Epoch Phillip Bryant

Bishop Trombley grew up hearing morality tales and lessons from his father, lessons he promptly forgot. Now, aged and alone, he takes to the road to find what those lessons meant, fleeing his failures and estranged relationship with his son in search of some meaning before he departs this earthly plane. Billie didn't have parents alive to impart anything of the kind. Orphaned as an infant and deformed by an accident of birth, she has spent her years being taken care of by people who love her no more than she does them. Her view of the world has been through the dirty panes of the motel office window. There are dark secrets kept in the whispers of the people of Happy Valley and Bumpersville, WV, and she is part of those secrets. A soul-searching man ready to experience his last great ad

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They Met at Shiloh Phillip Bryant

Pittsburg Landing was a place at peace—one that never expected to be the site for one of the bloodiest battles of the Civil War. Peace is shattered as Confederate and Federal troops meet on the fields and farms surrounding a tiny Methodist church. In the midst of death and destruction, friendships form as four soldiers struggle to survive the battle. Two days of horrific fighting turn boys into men and sever the sacred bonds of comradeship in the bloodiest days of the war.

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Death's Confessor Phillip Bryant

A fast paced, gritty murder mystery through the wilds of territorial New Mexico's Rio Grande Valley. Pueblos, Apache, former Mexican citizens and the US Army collide in a tale of greed and murder. A new civil war mystery series by best selling author Phillip and Jennifer Bryant. Peter Thomas Smith's days on the post of Fort Craig, New Mexico territory, are spent fighting boredom, keeping cool, and giving the spiritual state of the 5th California Mounted Infantry volunteers a ready ear. As chaplain, he isn't asked to do much in the way of fighting Apaches and there have been no wounded in battle to tend to from fighting Confederates.

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