A Hostage to Heritage
A boy kidnapped for ransom. And a madman who didn’t bargain on Michael Stoddard’s tenacity.
Spring 1781. The American Revolution enters its seventh grueling year. In Wilmington, North Carolina, redcoat investigator Lieutenant Michael Stoddard expects to round up two miscreants before Lord Cornwallis’s army arrives for supplies. But his quarries’ trail crosses with that of a criminal who has abducted a high-profile English heir. Michael’s efforts to track down the boy plunge him into a twilight of terror from radical insurrectionists, whiskey smugglers, and snarled secrets out of his own past in Yorkshire.
(Word count 110,000; e-book $5.99 USD)
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“Author Suzanne Adair is on top of her game with this one.” — Jim Chambers, Amazon Top 50 Reviewer
“A skillful merger of history and suspense.” — Andrew MacRae, author of “Murder Misdirected” for Suspense Magazine
“Once again, Suzanne Adair has written a wonderful whodunit with plenty of intrigue, interest, and thrills.” — Great Historicals