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Harp's Head: A Novel of Historical Fiction

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In 1799, confessed murderer Big Harp was caught, executed, and decapitated. His head was displayed at a crossroads which became known as Harp's Head. More than 60 years later, as the Civil War rages, unexplained terror engulfs the river town of Greensburgh, Kentucky. A large, foreboding man with a savage neck scar stalks the streets at night. He calls himself ... Harp. In 1799, confessed murderer Big Harp was caught, executed, and decapitated. His head was displayed at a crossroads which became known as Harp's Head. More than 60 years later, as the Civil War rages, unexplained terror engulfs the river town of Greensburgh, Kentucky. A large, foreboding man with a savage neck scar stalks the streets at night. He calls himself ... Harp.


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In 1799, confessed murderer Big Harp was caught, executed, and decapitated. His head was displayed at a crossroads which became known as Harp's Head. More than 60 years later, as the Civil War rages, unexplained terror engulfs the river town of Greensburgh, Kentucky. A large, foreboding man with a savage neck scar stalks the streets at night. He calls himself ... Harp. In 1799, confessed murderer Big Harp was caught, executed, and decapitated. His head was displayed at a crossroads which became known as Harp's Head. More than 60 years later, as the Civil War rages, unexplained terror engulfs the river town of Greensburgh, Kentucky. A large, foreboding man with a savage neck scar stalks the streets at night. He calls himself ... Harp.

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