The Judas Field: A Novel of the Civil War
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Open Road Media, 2018.
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Howard Bahr., & Howard Bahr|AUTHOR. (2018). The Judas Field: A Novel of the Civil War . Open Road Media.

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Howard Bahr and Howard Bahr|AUTHOR. 2018. The Judas Field: A Novel of the Civil War. Open Road Media.

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Howard Bahr and Howard Bahr|AUTHOR. The Judas Field: A Novel of the Civil War Open Road Media, 2018.

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Howard Bahr, and Howard Bahr|AUTHOR. The Judas Field: A Novel of the Civil War Open Road Media, 2018.

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