A Beautiful Glittering Lie
One bullet can make a man a hero… or a casualty.


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Chapter 1: Chapter One
"... With that, Mr. Kimball put out the fire. Changing the subject, Hiram said, “It was right kind of you, Nate, and you, Miss Jenny, to allow us to stay here in Montgomery with y’all. Reckon the hotels are all filled up for the inauguration.” “You’re quite welcome, dear sir,” ..."
"...there, for she was required to stay home, due to a sprained ankle. His faithful slaves, Percy and Isabelle, were looking after her. They were newlyweds, and seemed happy to oblige. Therefore, Mr. Kimball brought his son down to see Jake’s sister and her husband, who had moved to Montgomery two years ago. Jake insisted that his best friend come along, and when asked, David requested the presence of his own father, too. Hiram then invited Bud, knowing that if war broke out, he would want to be one of the first to know. ..."
"... is that they wanted Huntsville to be the capital for the C.S.A.,” he informed the others. “I’m glad it’s in Montgomery,” Jake interjected, “because it gives us a chance to see Jenny.” His father chuckled, amused by his fifteen-year-old’s naiveté about the events taking place ..."

Chapter 3: Chapter Three
"...During the month of May, the Confederacy’s capital moved from Montgomery to Richmond, and another southern state, North Carolina, seceded. Hiram learned that the reason for his regiment’s relocation was because Union forces had moved into Virginia and seized Alexandria, which was nearly seventy miles away. Although the situation seemed to be worsening, strangely enough, visitors from Huntsville steadily arrived ..."

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"The history is intertwined ingeniously into the plot. It is well plotted and the narrative moves along at nice clip...."

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