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The Feud

The Feud

The Hatfields and McCoys: The True Story

“Marvelous….THE FEUD is popular history as it ought to be written.” —Wall Street Journal

Nearly every American has heard of the Hatfields and the McCoys. The violent feud between these two families has become shorthand for fierce, unyielding, and even violent confrontation. Yet despite numerous articles, books, television shows, and feature films, until THE FEUD nobody has ever told the true story of this legendary clash in the heart of Appalachia.

Drawing upon years of original research, including the discovery of previously lost and ignored evidence and interviews with surviving relatives of both families, Dean King has crafted a rip-roaring narrative packed with brutal murders, reckless affairs, mercenaries and detectives, and the long shadows of the Civil War. The result is an unvarnished and vastly entertaining work of history.
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Genre: Nonfiction / History / United States

On Sale: May 14th 2013

Price: $11.99

Page Count: 448

ISBN-13: 9780316224789

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Praise

EXTRAORDINARY ACCLAIM FOR SKELETONS ON THE ZAHARA:

"Dean King has brought to life one of the great true-life adventure stories-a riveting tale of suffering and redemption."—Nathaniel Philbrick, author of In the Heart of the Sea and Sea of Glory
"A page-turner."—Washington Post Book World
"It reads like a cross between Master and Commander and Lawrence of Arabia."—People
"One of the most absorbing and satisfying books to come out in a very long time...King has a lovely and vibrant sense of history and an unusual talent for evoking the past-its essence as well as the smells, sights, and sounds...a marvelous account of fortitude and faith."—Martin Rubin, San Francisco Chronicle
"Rousing, Page-turning...A whopper of an endurance story."—Seattle Weekly