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by Robert J. Mrazek
Author: Robert J. Mrazek
Publisher: Thomas Dunne Books; 1st edition (December 15, 1998)
Category: Imaginative Literature
Subcategory: Genre Fiction
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Stonewall's Gold hits paydirt. A novel of suspense and intrigue woven into the fabric of Civil War history.
Stonewall's Gold hits paydirt. A simple tale almost magically rendered. A remarkable book that is a welcome addition to the huge, ever-growing body of Civil War literature.
Winner of the Civil War Society's Seal of Approval Winner of the Michael Shaara Award for Civil War Fiction Stonewall's Gold is an adventure story for readers of all ages in the classic tradition of Treasure Island and The Red Badge of Courage
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A Southern boy kills a man during the Civil War while defending his mother and finds in his pocket a map of buried gold
A Southern boy kills a man during the Civil War while defending his mother and finds in his pocket a map of buried gold. The novel follows his adventures to retrieve it, in the course of which he is captured by thieves and is rescued by an older girl.
A Novel of the Civil War. Robert J. Mrazek. St. Martin's Griffin. Winner of the Civil War Society's Seal of Approval Winner of the Michael Shaara Award for Civil War Fiction. Stonewall's Gold is an adventure story for readers of all ages in the classic tradition of Treasure Island and The Red Badge of Courage. Combining a fascinating and gripping narrative with a portrait of life in the Civil War-era South, it is also the moving story of a boy on the edge of manhood, taking on difficult challenges that force him to confront the world for the first time. The year of 1864 is a difficult time to be living in the Appalachian Mountains of Virginia.
Robert Mrazek is the author of four novels, including The Deadly Embrace (Viking), which won the . Boyd Literary Award for Excellence in Military Fiction from the American Library Association; Unholy Fire; and Stonewall’s Gold, winner of the Michael Shaara Prize for Best Civil War Novel of 1999. He is also the author of two works of nonfiction, To Kingdom Come (NAL Trade) and A Dawn Like Thunder (Little, Brown). The latter is the true story of Torpedo Squadron Eight at the battles of Midway and Guadalcanal.
Published December 15, 1998 by Thomas Dunne Books.
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Robert J. Mrazek is a navy veteran and former congressman from the North Shore of Long Island. While in Washington, he authored a number of pieces of landmark legislation. Since his retirement from Congress, Mrazek has served on the boards of several companies and charitable organizations, including ten years as chairman of the Washington- based Alaska Wilderness League.
Praise for Robert J. Mrazek and His Novels. Donald Miller, author of Masters of the Air: America’s Bombers Who Fought the Air War Against Nazi Germany. The Washington Times. Robert K. Krick, author of Stonewall Jackson at Cedar Mountain and Lee’s Colonels. A rattling good adventure story. James M. McPherson, Pulitzer Prize–winning author of War on the Waters. Hugh Ambrose, New York Times bestselling author of The Pacific.