Ex-Union officer Dan Mercer
struggles to overcome the
atrocities of being a POW while he tries to find a new way of
life on the
The noise seemed to shatter
the ominous silence of the house. One could not mistake the sound as a
warning for others to be aware of the danger.
He paused long enough to
quickly glance out a window. The wind wasn't blowing that hard. There
was a gentle breeze, but not enough to make the shutters move. So he
ruled out the wind. But a baby crying?
Shaking his head, Mercer
started down the hallway toward the bedrooms. There were three; one to
his left and two to the right. The ones on the right were open, but the
one on the opposite side was partially closed. He placed the muzzle of
his gun against the door and pushed it farther open.
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