Andersonville Prison Camp 1864
More than 13,000 Union soldiers died
The 18th President, U.S. Grant
U.S. Dep. Marshal
Fr. Michael Cassidy
an Irish Immigrant
& Civil War Vet
A bitter war, which cost 630,000 Americans their lives, wasn't forgotten in only a few months or decades.
U.S. Dep. Marshal Newly O'Brien also must act to stop a nefarious plot.
The Irish potato famine of the 19th century, killed thousands and Fr. Cassidy had a front row seat for it.
In "Battlefield Dodge," you will be taken on an adventure that includes a look at the Irish potato famine and the horrors of the Andersonville, prisoner of war camp. It's a historical fiction book, but it also has lessons for today's challenges of terrorism and immigration.
A U.S . Marshal must act decisively to stop a plot, which could divide America once again.
A priest wrestling with his conscience and painful memories
Henry Wirz, the commandant of Andersonville Prison of War camp was tried for war crimes and hanged after the war.
A United States Marshal must protect his town AND his country.
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