SHENANDOAH SPY by Francis Hamit
This is the story of Belle Boyd, a young woman in
Martinsburg, Virginia who became one of the most famous personalities of
the U.S. Civil War. Working as a nurse, then as a courier and finally as a
scout and spy for Turner Ashby's 7th Virginia Cavalry, she was
instrumental in the success of Stonewall Jackson's famous Valley
Campaign of 1862. At the Battle of Front Royal on May 23, 1862,
Belle ran across the battlefield under fire to deliver her vital
intelligence. For this and other intelligence, she became the first
woman in American history to be commissioned an Army officer.
This is fiction based on fact, with characters based
upon real people of the time.
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