Savannah Tempest is a new novel from the second era of two-Savannahs, one free and one oppressed, twisted together from slavery and hammered out through the lives of Jewish fertilizer merchants Ludlow Cohen and Gilbert Wilkins. Compelled to serve as confederate undercover agents with secessionist and Klu Klux Klan member Mike Paine, their lives take a different turn during the turbulent aftermath of the Civil War and the unyielding demand of the Klu Klux Klan organizers to re-enslave Aaron Alpeoria Bradley and Negro freedmen. Without the influence of Eliza Andrews and Amora Conte, Sociologist/Historian and novelist Dr. Edgar W. Butlers gripping story, would be as incomplete as Gone With the Wind without Scarlett OHara. Set in 19th century Georgia, this story unfolds among some of the souths historic events. While General W. T. Sherman was presenting Savannah to President Lincoln as a Christmas gift, Ludlow Cohen was unknowingly experiencing some relation-ships that would impact the rest of his life and Savannah. The author weaves an arsenal of emotionsfear, hate, love, rage, and forbidden sex, that inflamed the smoldering frustrations of life in post-Civil War Savannah. The book culminates in a duel between Ludlow and Mike Paine, a leader of the Klu Klux Klan. This illustrated book had benefit of the wonderful work of many graphic artists of the era who helped visualize the panorama. Diaries, newspapers, censuses, academic books and articles were utilized in recording authentic words and sentiments of persons from all of these sources.