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Jericho Brown is a second generation Vermonter. Unlike his father, Joshua (see Journey to Common Ground), Jericho does not want to live his life on a farm in Vermont...or so he thinks. When he turns 19, he fulfills his dream to travel. He sails for England. A storm blows his ship, the Gray Wolf, onto rocks off the Normandy Coast of France. Jericho is the only survivor. He wants to go home, yet is lured into the fast life of Paris, excited by the dangers of the times and the glamorous life offered at the infamous Mme. Dubois' salon. Like a moth drawn to flame, Jericho is drawn closer and closer to the scorching heat of the French Revolution.
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Frederick Fenn holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Behavioral Sciences from Lyndon State College, Lyndonville, VT and was a special education teacher in public and in private schools for over 30 years. In addition to special education, Fenn holds a Connecticut certification in history. Fenn and his wife, Anne, live in Barkhamsted, CT. Fenn also writes historical research articles for The Squires Tavern Quarterly, Barkhamsted, CT and is currently working on other writing projects as well.
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Book Description Journey Publishing LLC, 2007. Perfect Paperback. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0972478817