Monthly Archives: January 2015

Civil War Transcendence, part 113

The gunman’s black beard reached his chest and was tobacco stained. His ominous dark brown eyes peered out from under a large-brimmed, dirty, brown hat that had seen better days. His clothing was covered by a riding duster that was … Continue reading

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Civil War Transcendence, part 112

I don’t know why I had such an ominous feeling about the riders. They had already turned the corner and were on Shenandoah Street, headed for the hotel. When I finally reached the corner, I could see them tying up … Continue reading

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Civil War Transcendence, part 111

Arm-in-arm, we walked out on the hotel porch. Daphne was smiling broadly and I had a sheepish grin on my face. Some passersby saw us and turned to look at the odd couple: Daphne Jane Newcomer, the daughter of the … Continue reading

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Civil War Transcendence, part 110

The look of respect, admiration and love that exuded from her face melted my heart. I must have had the look of a love sick puppy, but I couldn’t help it. I didn’t even mind that Ahab was within 5 … Continue reading

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Civil War Transcendence, part 109

A NOVEL OF TRAVEL BACK IN TIME   Daphne saw the look on Ahab’s face and yelled, “Stop.” The loud utterance must have jolted Ahab, because as he had started a move toward me he suddenly faltered and had to … Continue reading

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Civil War Transcendence, part 108

I felt like I had been hit with a ton of bricks. I know my lower jaw dropped, and I must have looked ridiculous because Daphne sort of half chuckled which, thank heavens, brought her sobbing to an end. Her … Continue reading

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Civil War Transcendence, part 107

Daphne ushered me to a back table in the hotel dining room. The place was empty, except for us.  The waitress came and asked if we wanted to order food. We settled for coffee.  The waitress left, and I looked … Continue reading

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Civil War Transcendence, part 106

Once we got to the Doctor’s office, he informed us that Joshua had regained conscious. Some of the puffiness of his face had gone down, and he could see out of his right eye. He had blurred vision, but he … Continue reading

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Civil War Transcendence, part 105

“The marshal’s name is Owen Gill,” said Captain Mosby. “He is kin to Jones Gill, or should I say, he was kin to Jones Gill, who you eliminated so well. “I believe the marshal is a Unionist, and the reason … Continue reading

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