|Bloody Shiloh (1978) [Novel]|
by L.J. Coburn
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Series: Caleb Thorn
(From the publisher):
Thorn’s Raiders were the most feared seek-and-destroy unit on the Union side in America’s bloody Civil War. A gang of condemned criminals, they had been reprieved only to be sent on savage suicide missions against the Confederacy. They were led by Caleb Thorn, the young born killer with a personal mission of vengeance against the South.
But now, on the orders of his commanding officer, Caleb had been temporarily separated from his band of desperadoes. His murderous skills were needed this time not on a guerrilla raid into enemy territory but in the thick of one of the most viciously savage pitched battles of the war: the mass carnage that was Shiloh...
Bloody Shiloh is the fourth story in this violent Western series about the most savage slaughter ever to take place on American soil.
Original title: Bloody Shiloh
Genre: Fiction→ Adventure→ Male-Action/Adventure
Fiction→ Historical→ North America→ American Civil War