“There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you.”
― Maya Angelou, I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings

Desperate to learn the truth and get her out of the country, Markus sets off on a dangerous journey with Marisa that takes them from Lima to the Andes and on into the eastern jungle. Along the way, they are pursued by counter-insurgency agents, elite soldiers, hostile natives, Marisa’s husband, and even a man with a large jungle cat.                    Markus planned on his Peruvian reunion resulting in happily ever after, but now he simply hopes he and Marisa make it out of the country alive.

Lily Of Peru

Narrative of Admiral David Farragut's attempt to run his Union fleet past Confederate batteries on the Mississippi to patrol the dangerous waters up to Vicksburg.

Guns of Port Hudson:
The River Campaign

A narrative of General Nathaniel Banks's campaign to take Port Hudson by bloody frontal assault.

The Guns of Port Hudson:
The Investment,
Siege and Reduction

Narrative of a Union invasion that swept through and destroyed much of south Louisiana in 1863.

Yankee Autumn in Acadiana

An eyewitness account of banditry and backlash in 1850's Louisiana.

The Vigilante
Committees of Attakapas

Confederate report of the Union invasions of Louisiana in 1863 and 1864.

The Conduct of
Federal Troops in Louisiana

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