East of Appomattox
By Lee Allred
Published: November 29, 2011 by
London, 1870. The South won the War but cannot win the peace. Ambassador Robert E. Lee attempts to gain British support, but Britain refuses to treat with slavers. A shadowy official gives Lee one last chance. Duty to country demands Lee defend slavery; duty to self demands he forsake it. Which the higher duty? The answer lies somewhere East of Appomattox.