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The Shenandoah Spy

By: Francis Hamit
Narrated by: Gail Shalan, John Zdrojeski
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Historical fact-based fiction about the famous spy who played a key role in Stonewall Jackson's Valley Campaign. This narrative takes place between July 1861 and July 1862 and is the first in a series about the Confederate Secret Service and the women who were its most effective agents. Belle Boyd was the first woman in American History to be formally commissioned an army officer.

©2006, 2008 Francis Hamit (P)2013 Brass Cannon Books
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  • Categories: History

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Un-necessary "Porno Scenes"

While other Reviewers had problems with the performance of the Reader, my complaint is the un-necessary "Porno Scenes" in the story. The overall story is fine from a "history" standpoint, entertaining, and keeps you interested. Then all of a sudden a "Sex Scene" is interjected in the story that breaks up what is otherwise an interesting story. We're all Adults around here and know how to "do it". We don't need it laid out in lurid detail. In Casablanca we know what Rick & Ilsa have been doing in Paris................we don't need to see it!

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