Captain Sedition by K. C. Fusaro
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1774, on the cusp of the American Revolution. London courier Joethan Wolfe receives word that his estranged father has been taken up for smuggling. Wolfe is a bravo and a hedonist, according to his particular friend, Benjamin Franklin, but it’s a devotion to personal honor that motivates Wolfe to sail for the colonies. After fourteen years away, nothing in America is as Wolfe remembers. Conspiracies are everywhere. Rebel leader Joseph Warren, and Royal General Thomas Gage, have schemes to exploit Wolfe, but it’s the ironically named Prudence, a childhood playmate grown into a beautiful and fiery insurrectionist, that may prove most problematic. From Long Island, through the slave fields of Connecticut, to the seat of British power in Boston, Wolfe negotiates a dangerous tightrope between rebels and the Crown, until the tightrope becomes a noose, dragging him to the eruption of a bloody rebellion. It’s a war that Wolfe has no stake in and wants no part of, but from which he cannot escape.
The Death of the Age of Reason is book 1 in the Captain Sedition saga.
Genre: Historical Fiction