A desperate cavalry action carried out to save a retreating Confederate army in the American Civil War is the prelude to the court-martial and judicial murder of the hero who led it. In 2010, in the first term of America’s first black President, the Journal written from old age by the only survivor of that desperate charge surfaces against a backdrop of bomb outrages throughout the states of the original Confederacy. As a young academic uses his specialist knowledge in 2010 to chip away at the mysteries of 1865 it becomes apparent that an even more deadly agenda is being worked upon across Dixie to breathe new life into the ‘Lost Cause’. Who’s behind the terror? Who was responsible for the contrived death of a Confederate hero? Is it too late for justice, or has Dixieland looked away for too long?


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