A new Young Adult Historical Fiction book from Gordon Saunders and INtense Publications
"The story line moved along well and I enjoyed the conflicts of hate vs forgiveness, and the learning of the fact of doing a job vs. doing an action based on hatred." J.S., avid reader.
Lewis Elliot and his mother, Stella, are forced to flee their Baltimore home for the modest farm of their cousins in Gloucester County, Virginia. They arrive just as the feared Lord Cornwallis and the hated Colonel Banastre Carleton take up residence in Gloucester Point and across the York River in Yorktown. The war heats up as Cornwallis fortifies Yorktown and Carleton begins foraging raids in Gloucester County.
Then, while Lewis and his cousins, Lloyd and Tetty, are off to Gloucester Courthouse to try to sell enough tobacco to provide for the family, Carleton raids the farm and Stella receives a life-threatening injury.
Through battle, betrayal, unexpected alliances, and, apparently, the Hand ofGod, Lewis and his cousins and friends take a role in the events leading to Cornwallis's surrender on October 19, 1781, after the last major battle of the Revolutionary War.
About the Author:
Growing up in Boston, and living in four countries in Europe over 25 years, gave Dr. Saunders a desire to know and share the history that's shaped the world we live in today.
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