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Joseph and his cousin, Thomas, are struggling to survive in the Confederate Army. But even as they face the horrors of war, they have a secret that could free them: they're sisters Josephine and Libby.

Libby's husband, Arden, joined the army not long after their wedding and died in the Battle of Antietam. Libby finds his body on the unimaginably bloody field, Josephine already - suspiciously - at his side. Libby, mad with sorrow, decides to disguise herself as a man, and she sets off to kill 21 Yankees, one for each year of her husband's life.

Josephine, disguised as Joseph, goes along with her sister. As Libby proves herself a competent soldier, Arden begins to appear to her in dreams, driving her on and whispering accusations about Josephine. Josephine then finds herself caught in another kind of danger: She's falling in love for the first time, but she is desperately afraid of revealing herself to the object of her desire.

©2015 © Reproduced by special arrangement with Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. (P)2015 HighBridge, a division of Recorded Books

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  • kal
  • Glen Carbon, IL USA
  • 06-25-15

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Interesting words to describe how it feels to be a women and a man...I work construction...a women in a man's world...I could relate.

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