Redemption by Joe Prentis

Author Pens Prequel To His Renegade Book Series After Readers Wanted More

Washington 1865: As the American Civil War drew to a close, military and
government leaders realized they were facing grave dangers they had not
anticipated. There were many who did not understand that it was easier to
start a war than it was to end one. The Confederacy was crumbling rapidly,
and Generals Nathan Bedford Forrest and Robert E. Lee were willing to
surrender, provided they could do so with honor. Many government and
military leaders did not agree with President Lincoln’s intention to grant
a full pardon to anyone who would agree to the terms of surrender. And the
most difficult thing of all was the radicals who were not willing to give
up a lost cause, and were determined to stop the peace process regardless
of the cost.

Sergeant Oakley had gone through four years of endless conflict and
hardship as a Union soldier. The war would be over in a week, they said,
and he was eager to pursue his dreams in the western territories. His
world was suddenly shattered when he came in contact with a girl named
Anna, and a group of conspirators led by John Wilkes Booth. Oakley is torn
between what he believes to be his duty, and his desire for vengeance.

Other books in the Renegade Series include: Wolf Spencer, Rimrock, and

Historical Fiction Novel Available For Review

For more information, review copies, or interviews please contact the
author at:

Joe Prentis

About the Author

Joe Prentis is an author who has written Western fiction, as well as
Suspense novels and almost seventy short stories and articles. After
retirement, he is writing full time. He and his wife live in a small
resort village in Tennessee. He is currently at work on his next book.


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