Behind the Confederate lines, we watch James Durrett, a young recruit of the 18th Alabama Volunteer Regiment, transform from a naïve, green recruit into a bitter, deadly, but staunch defender of his homeland.
Across the battle lines, the drama unfurls through the story of one Harry Morgan, a loner with a reputation as the coldest and deadliest sniper in the Union's 96th Regiment, who didn't care who he shot...as long as he could carve another notch into the stock of his Sharps rifle.
In the end, the final destiny of each young man crosses on the battlefield of Spanish Fort, Alabama...with only one walking away alive.
About the author
Buz Sawyers resides in Rowlett, Texas and teaches Creative Writing and Composition courses at Argosy University and the Art Institute of Dallas. John Doe is his sixth novel and once again he has crossed into a totally different genre from any of his previous writings. Currently, he is working on a sequel to John Doe. Also, Buz is working on the memoirs of Major James Capers who served during the Vietnam War and was finally nominated for the Congressional Medal of Honor in 2007.