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I, Quantrill

by Max McCoy

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  brone | Feb 21, 2012 |
This is an interesting piece of historical fiction written in the form of a western. It is about William Clarke Quantrill and begins with his raid on Lawrence, Kansas, and continues until his final days. It covers some of his other exploits and travels as well as discusses some of the other men who rode with him. It seemed to have a few similarities to a movie which I saw about Quantrill, 'Ride with the Devil.' The main problem I found with this story is that we do not know how much of it is fact and how much is fiction. Otherwise, I liked it and found it to be a quick read. ( )
  gcamp | Oct 1, 2011 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0451223802, Mass Market Paperback)

Bloody Bill Quantrill was one of the most notorious and brutal guerrilla fighters for the South in the Civil War, riding with the James brothers and slaughtering his enemies mercilessly. Now, Quantrill tells his side of the story...

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Bloody Bill Quantrill, one of the most notorious and brutal guerrilla fighters for the South in the Civil War, relates his side of the story, detailing his many murderous exploits, including his hell-raising days with Frank and Jesse James.

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