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Mississippi Raider (Civil War #2)

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She had come out of the Louisiana bayou, a hard-riding young beauty who had seen her parents killed in cold blood by agents from the North. Driven by her desire for revenge, Belle joined the Great Cause--that would take her into the heart of a nation cleaved in two, and closer to her parents' killers. Joining the Secret Service of the Confederacy, she pitted her courage, ...more
Paperback, 177 pages
Published April 1st 1996 by Dell
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I think I'd only read this once before, but having started to read Renegade aka Back to the Bloody Border I felt the need to reacquaint myself with Belle Boyd's back story. Although this is the first or second book in the Civil War series (Comanche is traditionally listed as the first but it takes place entirely before the start of the war) it was the last to be written and so contradicts several details listed in the rest of the Civil War and Floating Outfit series. One example is in The Hooded ...more
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Earliest of Etson's books on Dusty Fog's Civil War action. This one only concerning The Rebel Spy: Belle Boyd. Her history, early training and work.
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