October 18, 1864. Corcoran once again finds himself re-evaluating the decisions he's made about Annie. The arrival of a group of high society out-of-towners offers Robert Morehouse a unique business opportunity. As he explores the potential investment and its risks, he finds himself running interference on personal conflicts between those closest to him. Meanwhile, Detective O'Brien's spitfire of a wife, Sybil, demands that her husband uses his connections within the Sixth Precinct to verify the truth of a rumor that New York City is in danger. Written by
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The confederate spy states that he was held in a Union Army prison on Johnson's Island near Sandusky, and that people were rowed across the Ohio River the view the prisoners. However, while there was a military prison on Johnson's Island during the Civil War, there's no way people would have rowed across the Ohio River to go there, unless they then traveled across most of the state. The Ohio River runs across the southern border of the state of Ohio, while Johnson's Island is in Sandusky Bay, on Lake Erie, at the north end of the state. See more
Doctor Matthew Freeman
[Examining a liquid for Robert Morehouse
Greek fire. I've seen it a few times, but never enough to fill a jar like this. Some say Nero used it to burn Rome.
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