The Killer Angels

By Michael Shaara

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On June 15, 1863, Robert Lee's Confederate Army of Northern Virginia slips across the Potomac to begin the invasion of the North. His army is 70,000 strong but mostly unpaid and self-equipped. It has won nearly every battle it has fought. Lee knows a letter has been written, a letter offering peace.

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It is the third summer of the war...On June 15, 1863, Robert Lee's Confederate Army of Northern Virginia slips across the Potomac to begin the invasion of the North. His army is 70,000 strong but mostly unpaid and self-equipped. It has won nearly every battle it has fought. Lee knows a letter has been written, a letter offering peace. It is to be placed on the desk of Abraham Lincoln the day after Lee has won this battle.

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Format Multiple Formats
Imprint Birlinn Limited
Publication Date 20 May 2013
SKU 9781846972669-grouped
Number of Pages 384

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'The best and most realistic historical novel about war I have ever read.' GENERAL H NORMAN SCHWARZKOPF 'My favourite historical novel ... A superb recreation of the Battle of Gettysburg, but its real importance is its insight into what the war was about, and what it meant.' JAMES M McPHERSON, author of Battle Cry of Freedom

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