Summary

The time is the American Civil War. The place is Louisville, Kentucky, where a notable physician and professor at a medical school becomes in need of cadavers for student studies. Offering high wages for acceptable corpses, Doctor Theodore Finch hires an old ignorant and destitute man, Johnathan Brooks, and his young Christian wife, Theda, to remove the enemy dead from local battle fields. Upon the 31st of October, and during a full moon, the body snatchers, the doctor, and his students learn that the dead are not always at peace.
©2016 R. L. McCallum and Rebecca R. Marshall (P)2016 R. L. McCallum and Rebecca R. Marshall
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2 out of 5 stars
By G. Chandler on 21-01-17

Remarkably short story.

The story was ok just OK but remarkably short. Not really impressed with this, my first and only free book. If all the other R. L. McCallum books are this short I don't think I'll bother.

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