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"The Question I am most asked is this: Is this True? I have to tell you that it is fiction. Do you understand? You will find out why...." - Will Bevis.

Originally titled The Greatest Civil War Lie Ever Told, listen to this audiobook and decide for yourself whether it is fact or fiction. An alarming tale of deceit, danger and betrayal both during and after the Civil War: Is it fact or fiction? What appears at first to be one lie expands into a far reaching expose of conspiracy, deception, and threats on many levels.

Written by Will Bevis as the first of at least four books on the subject it will grab your attention from the first page and not only keep your attention but will pique your curiosity and raise questions in your mind as to whether or not the vast majority of Americans have yet heard the truth about the most tragic period in U.S. History and the consequences which affect us all even today.

Warning! Once you begin reading this book you will find it very hard to put down until you have consumed the whole text.

©2012 Will Bevis (P)2012 Will Bevis

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Would you try another book from Will Bevis and/or Lynn Benson?

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Would you ever listen to anything by Will Bevis again?

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Any additional comments?

The working premise for this piece of wannabe history rewrite is fantastical, and the telling is so drawn out as to bore the reader half to death