Rosewood and Other Short Stories by William Garret and Rochelle E Fischer

Hermitage, PA (PressExposure) October 29, 2008 -- For Immediate Release By: William Garret and Rochelle E. Fischer

Ghosts make up an intricate part of this story, whether you believe in them or not. At this time in American history some ghastly deeds were done and you will find out about some in this book. Is there a part of this history that lives within people today?

Rosewood is set at the end of the Civil War and is about a plantation in Tennessee. The plantation goes through changes in accordance with its many owners' wishes and is said to be haunted but then no one really knows for sure. In the story, Rosewood played an important part in the Confederate battle plan around Nashville although it will probably never be known; William Claiborne wanted it that way. Had William succeeded in completing his plan for Rosewood it could have dramatically changed the outcome of the war. In a time of courage, southern hospitality, a swash buckling hero and ladies of culture and class, Rosewood fits right in. A time when a handshake and your word was often the only contract needed to bind most business transactions. "Rosewood and Other Short Stories" incorporates a lifetime of memories.

Two great authors have collaborated to make this book one that will keep your interest from beginning to end. The characters will come alive and you will become a part of the life they lived, during and after the Civil War, through the magic writing of William and Rochelle.

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