Where the Mockingbird Sang, a novel of the Civil War

Every life has moment where nothing is as it was before and will never be again. Such is the Battle of Port Gibson, Mississippi for Evans Atwood, a young 2nd Lieutenant in the Confederate Army. Through him the story of so many who sacrificed to be able to provide and protect freedom and their right to self determination comes to life. Whether in battle or at home, the evils of war touch all. More

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  • Category: Fiction » Historical » General
  • Words: 124,900
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 9781466182219
About David Wilson Atwood

David Wilson Atwood is the author of "Where the Mockingbird Sang, a Novel of the Civil War", "I Followed the Wolf, Buck's Story, a prequel/sequel to Where the Mockingbird Sang", and "The Common Guys Guide to Raising Children". He is best known for his long running column, "Points of the Compass" in the Anchorage Daily News, Talk of the Bay magazine, and the Fairhope Courier, where he has essayed subjects ranging from Vietnam to combat fishing in Alaska. David majored in biology and chemistry at the University of Texas at Austin after his combat tour in Vietnam with the Marine Corps. He is the father of eight children and lives in Fairhope, Alabama with his wife and two young daughters.

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