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The Blacksmith's Daughter (A Mystery of the American Revolution #2)

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The patriots wanted her husband dead. So did the redcoats. She took issue with both.

In the blistering Georgia summer of 1780, Betsy Sheridan uncovers evidence that her shoemaker husband, known for his loyalty to King George, is smuggling messages to a patriot-sympathizing, multinational spy ring based in the Carolinas. When he vanishes into the heart of military activity,
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Paperback, 284 pages
Published September 24th 2012 by Createspace Independent Publishing Platform (first published September 1st 2007)
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Christy
Jan 31, 2008 Christy rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
The second book in Suzanne Adair’s Revolutionary War series features Betsy Sheridan, daughter to Sophie Barton, the main character in her first book, PAPER WOMAN. Seventeen-year-old Betsy is pregnant and married to Clark Sheridan, a successful cobbler and avowed Loyalist. Although Betsy is a neutral, her parents have been branded spies by the British and are in hiding. When Betsy finds a coded message in one of Clark’s boots and witnesses a mysterious meeting between her husband and a Spaniard, ...more
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Jul 23, 2014 Jenni rated it really liked it
I won this book during Suzanne Adair's Relevant History blog series, "Week Long 4th of July." I did not know exactly what to expect, but I enjoy history and love mystery. I did not realize it was part of a series because the novel stands strongly on its own. I loved it!

I knew little about the battles fought in the southern states during the Revolutionary War, and I found the history fascinating. The story was well-paced, something I find is often difficult to do in historical novels because of t
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Wendy Dingwall
It's been quite awhile since I read it, but I loved it! Having been raised in south Florida, I've always been fascinated by it's history. Suzanne portrays a well researched and authentic feel for what it was like. And her strong characters and adventuresome stories kept me turning the page.
marvin shults
Oct 28, 2014 marvin shults rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Another American battle story

I enjoyed this book very much. It was fast paced and gave many views of the early Americans fight for independence. a good book for anyone interested in early American life.
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Award-winning novelist Suzanne Adair is a Florida native who lives in a two hundred-year-old city at the edge of the North Carolina Piedmont, named for an English explorer who was beheaded. Her suspense and thrillers transport readers to the Southern theater of the Revolutionary War, where she brings historic towns, battles, and people to life. She fuels her creativity with Revolutionary War ...more
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