The Hunt for Confederate Gold
Banned in Boston. And in New York. �Too politically incorrect for
mainstream publishers.� But loved throughout the South, and wherever the heart
of liberty still beats.
Be part of the Southern literary event of the year, The Hunt for Confederate
Gold, a stirring new novel by Thomas Moore.
The South has always been known for storytelling, one of its richest traditions.
The Hunt for Confederate Gold springs from that same great Southern
heritage. It grips your emotions as well as your intellect and will leave you
satisfied in ways that few contemporary novels can equal.
A mystery, a thriller, and a love story all in one, The Hunt for Confederate
Gold is based on one of America�s most intriguing unanswered questions:
what happened to the Confederacy�s gold in 1865? And what might be the
consequences if it were recovered today and returned to its rightful owners? And
just who are the rightful owners, the U.S. Government, claiming it as
contraband of a hundred-and-forty-year-old rebellion; or the Southern people?
The Hunt for Confederate Gold is not for the faint-of-heart, the easily
deluded, the comfortable state-worshippers who treat every utterance from
Washington as if it came down from Mount Sinai engraved in stone. It is an
exciting journey into an unsolved mystery of the past and into the crises of the
present. A book of overwhelming national significance, it strips the veil of
falsehood from officialdom and illuminates the threats to our liberty and
prosperity from those charged with safeguarding them � our own government.
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There are too few voices speaking for our ancient liberties, for the Republic
bequeathed us by our Fathers, and for a humane vision of life � in other words,
for the South. Thomas Moore is an exciting new voice in that tradition.
The Hunt for Confederate Gold is written not just about the
South, but for the South; not just by a Southerner, but
for Southerners. Powerfully and beautifully written, it captures the
haunting beauty of the Southland and the ache in Southern hearts to preserve a
proud heritage amid a rising tide of despotism and corruption as America
tragically morphs into a soulless empire.
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