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Murder Most Confederate (2000) [Anthology]
by Doug Allyn Janet Berliner Marc Bilgrey Gary A. Braunbeck Matthew V. Clemens Max Allan Collins Avram Davidson Brendan DuBois Ed Gorman John Helfers Edward D. Hoch John Lutz Billie Sue Mosiman James M. Reasoner Carol Rondou Kristine Kathryn Rusch Kristine Scheid Bradley H. Sinor Rating: No votes (Rate!)
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Summary (From the publisher):

When a nation's attention turns toward war, many opportunities for crime arise. Against the backdrop of brothers fighting brothers and cities and states under siege, civilians and soldiers alike may conspire to use the cover of conflict to steal, cheat, spy, and even murder for many reasons -- ranging from the honor of their cause to personal gain. Sometimes the crimes committed to further the war aims of one side or the other can be the most terrible of all.

These stories, the majority of which were written specifically for this book, are all set within the Confederacy. They vary from the war-ravaged city of Richmond, Virginia, where a husband and wife run an unusual boarding house, to two brothers fighting on opposite sides and the terrible price one will pay for a sense of happiness. From men and women doing their patriotic duty to rogues and criminals refining their craft under the cover of combat, the savage side of war is revealed in these stories of murder most Confederate.


  • Introduction by John Helfers
  • The Hessian by Doug Allyn
  • The Price of Coal by Edward D. Hoch
  • Last Hours in Richmond by Brendan Dubois
  • Veterans by John Lutz
  • The Cobblestones of Saratoga Street by Avram Davidson
  • A House Divided by Marc Bilgrey
  • Blossoms and Blood by Janet Berliner
  • Whistling Dixie by Billie Sue Mosiman
  • Behind Enemy Lines by John Helfers and Carol Rondou
  • The Unknown Soldier by Kristine Kathryn Rusch
  • A Woman's Touch by Max Allan Collins and Matthew V. Clemens
  • Ghosts by Bradley H. Sinor
  • The Last Day of the War by James Reasoner
  • Valuables by Kristine Scheid
  • The Face by Ed Gorman
  • Matthew in the Morning by Gary A. Braunbeck
  • Author's Biographies
Edited by: Martin H. Greenberg.

Original title: Murder Most Confederate: Tales of Crimes Quite Uncivil
Original languages: English


Genre: FictionCrime and MysteryCrime/Caper
FictionHistoricalNorth AmericaAmerican Civil War

The following works are contained within this one:
     Face, the (1993) [Short Story]
      Author: Ed Gorman
     Price of Coal, the (2000) [Short Story]
      Author: Edward D. Hoch
     Veterans (2000) [Short Story]
      Author: John Lutz
     Matthew in the Morning (2000) [Short Story]
      Author: Gary A. Braunbeck

Edition #1: Murder Most Confederate

Murder Most Confederate (2000)
Edition Details:

Language: English

Edited by: Martin H. Greenberg
Introduction by: John Helfers
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Murder Most Confederate (August 2000)

Format: Paperback
Publisher: Cumberland House
ISBN: 1581821204
Dimensions: 6.3 x 9.3 x 1.0
Pages: 274

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