The Day by Walt Munza
Description from Amazon.
The squad had just returned from South America and being re-supplied with new recruits at Fort Hood, Texas. They made a short trip to Fort Rucker, Alabama, were they picked up some additional supplies to begin a training mission in northeast Alabama, when it happen. The squad found itself thrown back in time and was about to fight in one of the bloodiest battles in the American Civil War. Ryan, being a black man from the south, was torn apart having to serve with the North while killing his fellow Southerns. This was his chance to make it right and he damn sure wasn’t going to give up the opportunity. Andrea was also afraid of what was about to happen to her. After all, there weren’t that many black females in the US Army back in 1862. But that was nothing compared to the orders that were given to her by Ryan. What she was about to do was going to change the course of world history as we know it, but for the better, or worst? All she knew was, Ryan gave her an order and she was going to carry it out, no matter what happen in the end.
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The End by J. L. Avey
Description from Barnes & Noble.
[Editor's Note: This is more future history then alternate history, but the author is an active member of AH.com under the handle "The Kiat". He has been kind enough to send me a review copy, which I hope to review in the near future.]
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