A Singular Novel of Civil War Surgery…

It is the summer of 1863 and humanity itself is under siege. What happens amid the carnage and human flotsam of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, will be unholy, unnerving, and all but unbearable, with only this certain: not one among them will escape unscathed.

Here, hell is in session.

And it’s the devil’s own day.

Summer 1863. Humanity itself is under siege. What happens amid the carnage & human flotsam of Gettysburg will be unholy, unnerving—and all but unbearable.

A Family Struggles Amid the Chaos of Gettysburg…

A widow woman struggles to keep her family together amid the carnage of battle at Gettysburg in 1863. As the armies close in, her farm is conscripted as a battlefield hospital by the very same men she holds accountable for the death of her husband in battle four months before.

What happens next is the stuff of nightmares—and legends.

As the armies close in, a widow woman's farm is conscripted as a battlefield hospital by the same men she accounts for the death of her husband in battle.

Sometimes, Healing Can Go Too Far…

Dr. Isaac Weed had it all. A loving wife, a beautiful daughter, a thriving surgical practice, and an almost supernatural gift for healing. But two years after the death of his daughter, he becomes convinced she is trying to contact him from the beyond. When he discovers a door, there’s just one problem.

In order to open it, somebody has to die.

Sometimes, healing can go too far.

When his daughter dies, a surgeon becomes convinced she's reaching out to him fm beyond. There's just one problem.
In order to reach back, somebody has to die.

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“An amazingly talented writer…”
—Taylor Polites, author of The Rebel Wife

“Think Stephen King meets Michael Crichton…”
—Bill Glose, Book Editor of Virginia Living

“Heart breaking, engaging, and absolutely fantastic. I would give this book 6 stars if I could.”
—Darrin Buxman, one of Amazon’s top book reviewers

“A vivid, engrossing story of battle…a compelling read, largely because of the skill with which McDaniels unfolds his characters’ stories.”
—Brid Nowlan, reviewing Not One Among Them Whole for IndieReader

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He's a brain surgeon, a novelist, and now a podcaster. Here's a sampling of some of Edison McDaniels's fiction.