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Patriot Hearts by
Patriot Hearts offers readers a glimpse behind the scenes of a revolution from adversity and treachery to teatime strategies through the memorable lives of Martha Washington, Abigail Adams, Sally Hemings, and Dolley Madison.
Mount Vernon Love Story by
Charming, insightful and immensely entertaining in its unique presentation of one of America's legendary figures, Mount Vernon Love Story, by famed suspense writer Mary Higgins Clark, shows the reader the man behind the legend, a man of flesh, blood and passion, and in the author's skilled hands, the story and the man come fully and dramatically alive.
Set against the burning backdrop of the vicious, ugly turmoil that accompanied the formation of America, Saratoga is the thrilling first installment in a series that will chronicle the birth of a nation, and the stories of the men and women hopelessly caught in its wake.
Valley Forge by
It's the winter of 1777, and Washington's battered, demoralized army retreats from Philadelphia. Arriving at Valley Forge, they discover that their repeated requests for a stockpile of food, winter clothing, and building tools have been ignored by Congress. With no other options available, the men settle down for a season of agony.
To Try Men's Souls by
After two bestselling series examining the Civil War and WWII, Newt Gingrich and William R. Forstchen have turned their sharp eye for detail on the Revolutionary War. Their story follows three men with three very different roles to play in history: General George Washington, Thomas Paine, and Jonathan Van Dorn, a private in Washington’s army.
The action focuses on one of the most iconic events in American history: Washington crossing the Delaware.
Victory at Yorktown by
New York Times bestselling authors Newt Gingrich and William R. Forstchen present the triumphant conclusion to their George Washington series - a novel of leadership, brotherhood, loyalty, and the victory of the American cause.