Copperhead: Ball’s Bluff, 1862

By Bernard Cornwell
Read by Grover Gardner

The Starbuck Chronicles: Book 2

15.87 Hours 04/01/2001 unabridged
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The beloved Confederate Captain Nate Starbuck returns to the front lines of the Civil War in this second installment of Bernard Cornwell’s acclaimed Nathaniel Starbuck Chronicles. It is the summer of 1862 and the northern army is threatening to capture Richmond, the Confederate capital. Captain Nathaniel Starbuck, born in Boston but a Confederate hero at Manassas, is again in the thick of Civil War action. Bloodied but victorious at the battles of Ball’s Bluff and Seven Pines, Nate suddenly finds himself accused of being a Yankee spy. Proving his innocence and finding the real spy will require courage and endurance rarely seen even in the brutal fog of war. Failure could mean the fall of Richmond and a career-ending defeat for Robert E. Lee.

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Summary

Summary

The beloved Confederate Captain Nate Starbuck returns to the front lines of the Civil War in this second installment of Bernard Cornwell’s acclaimed Nathaniel Starbuck Chronicles.

It is the summer of 1862 and the northern army is threatening to capture Richmond, the Confederate capital. Captain Nathaniel Starbuck, born in Boston but a Confederate hero at Manassas, is again in the thick of Civil War action. Bloodied but victorious at the battles of Ball’s Bluff and Seven Pines, Nate suddenly finds himself accused of being a Yankee spy. Proving his innocence and finding the real spy will require courage and endurance rarely seen even in the brutal fog of war. Failure could mean the fall of Richmond and a career-ending defeat for Robert E. Lee.

Editorial Reviews

Editorial Reviews

“[Cornwell’s] command of historical detail is one of the great strengths of his writing…One of the finest authors of military historical fiction today.” Washington Times
“Cornwell surpasses his wonderful [Sharpe] series…Many believable, three-dimensional characters, including such historical figures as Jefferson Davis and George McClellan, walk, run, gallop and sometimes stumble through…A rollicking treat for Cornwell’s many fans.” Publishers Weekly
“[Grover Gardner] rises gallantly to the challenges of Cornwell’s complicated plot. The character of Starbuck conveys the sincerity that makes him an appealing character.” AudioFile
“This fine book offers a vivid and realistic depiction of the Civil War that will be appreciated by listeners with a historical bent. [Grover Gardner’s] reading features a nice flavoring of dialects.”  Library Journal
“[Gardner’s] reading keeps the action moving and reader engagement high.”  Booklist

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Author

Author Bio: Bernard Cornwell

Bernard Cornwell, born in London, worked for the BBC and Thames Television before coming to the United States to write full time. His sweeping historical novels, including the acclaimed Richard Sharpe series, make him a number one bestselling author in the United Kingdom and around the world. He lives with his wife on Cape Cod.

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Available Formats : Digital Download, Digital Rental, CD, MP3 CD
Category: Fiction/Historical
Runtime: 15.87
Audience: Adult
Language: English