P. G. Nagle

PGNagleP.G. Nagle was born and raised fifty miles from Glorieta Pass in the mountains of northern New Mexico. Her Far Western Civil War series of novels includes Glorieta Pass, The Guns of Valverde, Galveston, and Red River.

Nagle still lives in the mountains and is always at work on plans for more novels. She is a member of Novelists, Inc. and a founding member of Book View Café.

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A Call to Arms

A Call to Arms by P. G. Nagle

The Civil War Adventures of Sarah Emma Edmonds, alias Private Frank Thompson
by P. G. Nagle
$6.99 (novel) ISBN 978-1-61138-384-3

1861: as America erupts into civil war, Emma Edmonds is roused to such intense patriotism that she joins the Union army…as a man.

Raised on a farm by a father who would have preferred a son, Emma can ride, shoot, and hunt as well as any man. She defies convention to become a soldier, an army nurse, even a spy. Dangers surround her, from enemy fire in battle to the risk of discovery by her friends, which would end in court-martial and disgrace.

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Glorieta Pass

Glorieta Pass by P. G. Nagle

The Far Western Civil War, Book 1
by P. G. Nagle

$5.99 (Novel) ISBN 978-1-61138-020-0
Originally published by Forge Books

1861: New Mexico Territory is swept by change as the United States erupts in civil war.

Federal troops are recalled to the east, leaving the way open for Confederates to invade New Mexico and capture its resources on the way to the ultimate prize: Colorado gold!

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The Guns of Valverde

The Guns of Valverde by P.G. Nagle

The Far Western Civil War, Book 2
by P. G. Nagle
$4.99 (Novel) ISBN 978-1-61138-022-4

The captivating sequel to the critically acclaimed GLORIETA PASS

The Texan Confederate army under General Henry H. Sibley, their supply train destroyed by the 1st Colorado Union Volunteers at Glorieta Pass, have only one prize remaining: a battery of Union artillery captured at the Battle of Valverde.

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Red River

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Book 4 of The Far Western Civil War
by P. G. Nagle
$5.99 (Novel) ISBN 978-1-61138-397-3

Marie Hawkland: A Louisiana belle, mistress of a thousand slaves
Nat Wheat: a Union Navy carpenter who dreams of piloting his own gunboat
Jamie Russell: a Confederate captain, fighting a running battle with the Yankees through swamps and bayous

Their lives collide at Belle View Plantation where the Red River flows into the Mississippi and the Civil War becomes a struggle for control of the country’s largest waterway.

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