The (very brief) War Diary of Bart Sullivan

The (very brief) War Diary of Bart Sullivan
147 Pages
Copyright 2017, Jack London

Bart Sullivan is the scoundrel who readers loved to hate in Virginia’s War; they cheered when the draft board hauled him away in the back of a car and shipped him off to the Navy.  But what happened next to this backstabbing black marketing coward?  I will only say that when I wrote him, I was inspired by Wiley Coyote and Theon Greyjoy….  I hope you enjoy reading it as much as I enjoyed writing it.

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