“Cold Comfort, Ill Wind” by Lee Passarella (Virtual Tour)

Hello Virtual Tour Hosts! The Virtual Tour for Lee Passarella under White Stag with Ravenswood Publishing will begin on January 20, 2016 and run an entire year for their new release “Cold Comfort, Ill Wind” a YA/Historical Fiction/Civil War. We would love for you to join us for the tour by hosting our author. We like to make hosting our tours easy and all information needed can be found in the original email you received to sign up for this tour. If you sign up to review one of our titles you can also use the same copies for a giveaway. We do allow hosts to give away a maximum 20 e-copies per venue. For Interviews Please Send Your Questions To The Author At: leepassarella@comcast.net The Full Tour Schedule Can Be Found Here: http://ravenswoodpublishing.blogspot.com/p/lee-passarella-cold-comfort-ill-wind.html Thank you so much for hosting our authors and for being a valuable part of our Virtual Tour Team. BOOK SYNOPSIS: Two Virginia brothers, Townsend and John Tyler Philips, are separated by the great war that breaks the Union apart. While Towns serves as a musician in the 51st Virginia Infantry, John Tyler attends Virginia Military Institute, hoping one day to fight for his country and be reunited with his brave younger brother. Neither could guess they would meet again on a bloody battlefield of that war, or that John Tyler would be injured and again separated from his brother Towns. Now, recovered from his wounds, John Tyler joins General Lee’s Army of Northern Virginia, defending Petersburg against overwhelming Union forces, while Towns marches with Confederate General Jubal Early to the gates of Washington, then, hounded by the Union Army, back to Virginia, where the Rebels meet a tough new adversary, Union General Philip Sheridan. Confederate victories are soon followed by defeat after defeat, and for young Townsend Philips, a deepening crisis of conscience and will.

Source: “Cold Comfort, Ill Wind” by Lee Passarella (Virtual Tour)

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