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Alfred Shope was just a boy from Skeenah Creek, in rural Western North Carolina, when the American Civil War began. With duty, he became an intuitive soldier seeing a lifetime of adventure and narrow escapes most could only imagine. Through his personal journey lives were saved and eventually love was found in the arms of Nancy Griffin. Witness the life and times of a man Alfred Shope was just a boy from Skeenah Creek, in rural Western North Carolina, when the American Civil War began. With duty, he became an intuitive soldier seeing a lifetime of adventure and narrow escapes most could only imagine. Through his personal journey lives were saved and eventually love was found in the arms of Nancy Griffin. Witness the life and times of a man who lived life to the fullest, so that when he came to die others would hear how he truly lived.


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Alfred Shope was just a boy from Skeenah Creek, in rural Western North Carolina, when the American Civil War began. With duty, he became an intuitive soldier seeing a lifetime of adventure and narrow escapes most could only imagine. Through his personal journey lives were saved and eventually love was found in the arms of Nancy Griffin. Witness the life and times of a man Alfred Shope was just a boy from Skeenah Creek, in rural Western North Carolina, when the American Civil War began. With duty, he became an intuitive soldier seeing a lifetime of adventure and narrow escapes most could only imagine. Through his personal journey lives were saved and eventually love was found in the arms of Nancy Griffin. Witness the life and times of a man who lived life to the fullest, so that when he came to die others would hear how he truly lived.

35 review for Tales From Skeenah Creek: A Civil War Historical Fiction Novel

  1. 4 out of 5

    Roger

    Interesting story, contains graphic violence but then again the book takes place during the Civil War.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Kathy C.

    Excellent!! Did not want to put it down. Hope there is a book 2

  3. 5 out of 5

    Ivan Hall

    Very Good Read Setting is from my home area. Captures the dialect, nuances of the mountain clans really well. Much like a lot of books there was to much covered. The story could have easily been a trilogy and a great one at that. He could have fleshed out the characters, both good guys and bad guys, a lot more. I would HIGHLY recommend this book especially to you kind folks from WNC & East Tennessee. Sit out on the porch with the women while they "strang" greasy backs and enjoy the read. Very Good Read Setting is from my home area. Captures the dialect, nuances of the mountain clans really well. Much like a lot of books there was to much covered. The story could have easily been a trilogy and a great one at that. He could have fleshed out the characters, both good guys and bad guys, a lot more. I would HIGHLY recommend this book especially to you kind folks from WNC & East Tennessee. Sit out on the porch with the women while they "strang" greasy backs and enjoy the read.

  4. 5 out of 5

    michelle Boyer

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    Joan Blanchard

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    Katherine Freeman

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    janet

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    ShellRB

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    Jim Shope

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    Debbie

  35. 4 out of 5

    Krista

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