They Met At Shiloh (The Shiloh Series, #1)

| March 2, 2014


An entertaining and informative tale woven from the common soldier’s view of battle, often graphic in descriptions of combat, and delving deep into soldier comradeship and friendship, best selling author Phillip Bryant tells a compelling story of two armies clashing along the banks of the Tennessee River..

Pittsburg Landing was a place at peace—one that never expected to be the site for one of the bloodiest battles of the Civil War. Peace is shattered as Confederate and Federal troops meet on the fields and farms surrounding a tiny Methodist church. In the midst of death and destruction, friendships form as four soldiers struggle to survive the battle.

Forced to leave his position as minister, Phillip Pearson knows his life is in danger, but not just from the Confederates. The Harper family, incensed at Pearson’s refusal to bury a philandering son, has a vendetta against him that is played out on the battlefield.

Demoted from his command by a West Point graduate, Capt.Michael Greirson is forced to choose between ambition and duty.

When a bumbling youth becomes his shadow, Private Robert Mitchell gains an unlikely friend—something that has been missing from his life. Afraid to trust, he is forced to confront those fears and depend on others in the heat of battle.

War is an adventure to Private Stephen Murdoch and his best friend, William Banks. For months they dream of the glory of war before volunteering together. On the eve of battle, they sense something momentous is about to happen. Their idealistic views fade in the blood of their fallen comrades.

Two days of horrific fighting turn boys into men and sever the sacred bonds of comradeship in the bloodiest days of the war.

Be sure to catch more great civil war historical fiction by searching the Kindle Store for The Shiloh Series. Get all four novels and follow the course of the War of the Rebellion through 1862. Find more books by Phillip Bryant by clicking on the author section below.

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