Author: John H. Abel
ISBN 978-1-63868-104-5 (softcover)
Who killed the Reverend Horatio Howell, a minister from Delaware Water Gap and chaplain to the 90th Pennsylvania Regiment, during the Battle of Gettysburg? Why would a Confederate soldier intentionally shoot a Union chaplain? Three veterans of the 90th Pennsylvania, all survivors of the battle, travel to Gettysburg in 1913 for the 50th reunion of that three-day fight. Will they meet the rebel who felled their beloved chaplain, and if they do, how will they react?
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Abel makes his home in northeast Pennsylvania with his wife, Beverly. He is a member of the Monroe County Historical Association and chairs the history committee. Also by Abel is "The Murder of Theodore Brodhead," a gripping account of the area's first murder. When not writing, Abel can often be found on the golf course at Pocono Manor or in a local trout stream.
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