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Paths to Freedom (The Mallory Saga #2)

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The French and Indian War is over, but the aftermath widens the gulf between the colonies and King George III. A hard handed approach by the King and Parliament fuels the flames of resistance; flames that soon engulf the Mallory clan, consuming the frontier, shattering their hopes for Mallory Town, and changing their lives forever. Revolution is nigh.
Kindle Edition, 232 pages
Published November 22nd 2019 by Hoover Books
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Mary Yarde
Dec 03, 2019 rated it it was amazing


"It is time for The Sons of Liberty to show the British the seriousness of our resolve...."

The French and Indian War may well be over, but the debt remained, and someone has to pay for it. Parliament believed it was down to the colonies to bear their share of imperial defence. However, there were some in America who dared to disagree.

For the Mallory brothers, the King and his Parliament were the least of their concerns. Their concerns lay much closer to home and could be summed up by one name —
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Adam Lofthouse
Nov 27, 2019 rated it it was amazing
I was lucky enough to get a very early read of this book, and I'm very glad that I did.

The story takes place in a time that is rarely touched upon by novelists, a time I know very little about. It made the story all the more intriguing for me, as it felt as though I was learning along the way. The USA before it was the 'United States' is such a brilliant setting for a book, and the author does a brilliant job at immersing the reader in the setting and time.

The Mallory's and their supporting
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Robert Southworth
An excellent addition

Its been some time since i read the first book in this series. However, the skill in which the author delivers his vision of the 18th century, his ability to create realistic characters and a well constructed plot, i am glad to say, is not diminished. A fine read.

Robert Southworth author of the Ripper Legacies
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