Battle flag

Bernard Cornwell

Book - 2001

Nate Starbuck, renegade Bostonian and now a Confederate officer, must now prove himself to his superior and lead his men in one of the bloodiest battles of the Civil War.

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Series
Cornwell, Bernard. Starbuck chronicles ; v. 3.
Subjects
Genres
War stories
Published
[New York] : Perennial 2001.
Edition
1st Perennial ed
Language
English
Item Description
Originally published: [New York] : HarperCollinsPublishers, 1995.
Physical Description
415 p. : map ; 21 cm
ISBN
0060937181
9780060937188
Main Author
Bernard Cornwell (-)
Review by Publisher Summary 1

The distinguished Confederate captain Nate Starbuck finds his career jeopardized by his hostile brigade commander, General Washington Faulconer, as their rivalry comes to a head at Dead Mary's Ford. Reprint. 15,000 first printing.

Review by Publisher Summary 2

From New York Times bestselling author Bernard Cornwell, the third installment in The Starbuck Chronicles.

The epic battle for control of the Confederate capital continues through the hot summer of 1862.


It’s a battle that Captain Nate Starbuck, a Yankee fighting for the Southern cause, has to survive and win. He must lead his ragged company in a bitter struggle, not only against the formidable Northern army, but against his own superiors who would like nothing better than to see Nate Starbuck dead.

Review by Publisher Summary 3

From New York Times bestselling author Bernard Cornwell, the third installment in The Starbuck Chronicles.The epic battle for control of the Confederate capital continues through the hot summer of 1862.It's a battle that Captain Nate Starbuck, a Yankee fighting for the Southern cause, has to survive and win. He must lead his ragged company in a bitter struggle, not only against the formidable Northern army, but against his own superiors who would like nothing better than to see Nate Starbuck dead.