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Author Karl Bacon has given readers a beautifully written, beautifully edited novel that richly describes the land and the mindset of southerners during the Civil War. Bacon is also strong in his characterization and masterfully fleshes-out Stanley Mitchell, who readers see change and mature into an honorable young man. Kristine Hall for Reader Views (10/15/15).

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Karl Bacon is going to get me in trouble. I read his book in just a few days and it was a great temptation to just turn off my computer and phone at work and read his marvelous novel instead. Well plotted, gracefully written, and completely engaging.  (Amazon Reader Review)

I loved this book! The characters are so human and yet thought provoking. (Amazon Reader Review)

I really loved this book! I want the next one! Kept me intrigued the whole time and now I wait! Please Mr. Bacon and get the next one done fast! (Amazon Reader Review)


Until Shiloh Comes has been recognized with several awards for excellence.

National Indie Excellence Awards

WINNER

Historical Fiction

Next Generation

Indie Book Awards

FINALIST

Christian Fiction

Foreword’s Book

of the Year Awards

TRIPLE FINALIST

Historical, Religious,

and Military Fiction

Independent Publishers

Book Awards

BRONZE MEDAL

Best Adult Fiction E-Book

Reader Views Awards

REGIONAL WINNER

USA - South

Reviewers Choice Award

Selah Awards

Blue Ridge Mountains

Christian Writers Conference

FINALIST

Historical/Biblical Fiction

COMING SOON

“I’m done with this war. I paid a heavy price. I did my duty. With honor.”

Stanley Mitchell in Prairie Dog Town


Stanley Mitchell’s Civil War saga continues in Book 2 of the Shiloh Trilogy. Much of the story is set in the city of Vicksburg, Mississippi, during the 47-day siege. Because many of the residents lived in caves dug into the earth, some Federal soldiers said Vicksburg looked like a village of prairie dogs. And I thought that would make a great title.


Expected release July-August 2016.

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