"I regret that I have but one life to lose for my country."
Captain Nathan Hale, America's first spy, uttered these immortal words while staring at a hangman's noose in a leafy New York City park in September 1776.
When a patriot mob threatened to lynch her father, a staunch supporter of the British crown, Anne Wheaton tossed her needles and threads aside to become a soldier in her own right.
In The Spy and the Seamstress, Nathan and Anne must navigate duty and sacrifice, freedom and bondage, love and lust.
Their Revolutionary tale rollicks with action, suspense, and romance, while also probing deeper moral issues that still resonate in the twenty-first century.
The Spy and the Seamstress unearths centuries-old correspondence, diaries, and maps to portray this tumult in rich detail.
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