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Destiny Made Them Brothers

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432 pages4 hours

Summary

The Fenady style is straight-forward, unembellished storytelling. --Variety

War Made Them Heroes

They met on the battlefields of Vicksburg. General Ulysses S. Grant, George Armstrong Custer, and the Rebel Johnny Yuma. Three men united by fate--in a nation divided by war--they were dedicated to freedom, driven to extremes, and destined for greatness. . .

History Made Them Legends

Of the three, Johnny Yuma was the most elusive. A Confederate soldier during the war, he was about to play a key role in Grant's victory for the Union, Lee's surrender at Appomattox, and Custer's deadly campaigns in the West. With a ready finger on the trigger, and a steady aim on both sides of history, his life is the stuff of legend. But the truth has never been told--until now. . .

Destiny Made Them Brothers

The story of three heroic men--two Yanks , one Rebel--and the epic fight for America.

"Crackling with the fury of a desert storm."--True West on The Rebel: Johnny Yuma

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