The Shiloh Sisters by Michael Kilian

The Shiloh Sisters by Michael Kilian

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Harrison Raines hunts for a savage double murderer on the killing fields of Shiloh

General Grant’s army is camped along the Tennessee River, ready to deal a crushing blow to the South. If they are able to capture Corinth, the Confederacy’s railways will disintegrate, bringing its army to its knees. But first, Grant must pass through the crucible of Shiloh—the most fearsome fight of the Civil War.

On the eve of the battle, a senator’s wife appears, begging for permission to cross over to Confederate lines. As Grant’s army marches south, he finds the woman’s body inside a coffin alongside her twin sister—a death that offends him just as much as any soldier’s.

Finding a murderer amid an army of killers takes a subtle touch, and no Union agent is more shrewd than Harrison Raines. As the field of Shiloh is soaked with blood, Raines will find the guilty party, as long as the bullets continue to pass him by.

“A tightly constructed, well-written, and suspenseful whodunit.” —Booklist on A Killing at Ball’s Bluff

“Colorful and exciting . . . Highly recommended for mystery and Civil War buffs alike.” —Publishers Weekly on The Ironclad Alibi

“The story line is strong and the research is impeccable so this is bound to please fans of mysteries and historical novels.” —Romantic Times on Murder at Manassas

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