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Spies, smugglers and marauding Tories infested the Connecticut shore during the American Revolution. The Rebel cause looked grim as George Washington tried to hold his army together around New York. Steven Waring's father, a staunch Patriot, left to enlist permanently in the Continental Army, leaving Steven to take care of his mother and two younger children. It proved to be no small task. Tories from Long Island cross the Sound in whaleboats, and using a cave as their hideout, plunder the village and seize hostages. Within a framework of carefully researched history, Louise Hall Tharp sets forth a thrilling suspense story. Pre-eminent in the field of historical biography, Mrs. Tharp is the author of 16 books. Her engaging style and devotion to authenticity have won her a readership of thousands: The Peabody Sisters of Salem was a Book of the Month Club selection.
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