MacAdam/Cage Publishing, 2005 - 320 páginas
Edward Cline's historical series about the years leading up to the American Revolution continues with Book V. Following on from Book IV, the story continues with the intensifying of colonial resistance to The Stamp Act including our heroes, Jack Frake and Hugh Kenrick. Together they help rise up against the Act endorsed by the King of England. Speaking out against the crown is still dangerous and murder and mayhem ensue as well as a little bit of romance along the way, setting up the scene for the next exciting installment of the Sparrowhawk series.
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