Book Condition: Near Fine in Near Fine dust jacket
Edition: First Edition; First Printing
Publisher: New York: Bantam Books, 1992.
An eye-catching first edition/first printing in Near Fine condition with lightly soiled top edge in alike dust-jacket with light edgewear.
In this powerfully written novel, Jane Haddam tells the story of a family during the pivotal years of the American Revolution. The Graysons are a close-knit family of farmers in rural Bethlehem, Connecticut. When the American Revolution begins, the youngest Grayson, John, is just a boy, but he quickly becomes involved in the fight for independence. As the war progresses, the family is forced to make difficult choices. John must choose between his family and his country, and his father must choose between his loyalty to the British Crown and his love for his family. The Graysons are united by their love for one another, and by their faith in God. Despite the hardships they face, the Graysons remain steadfast in their beliefs and their love for one another. This is a story of courage, sacrifice, and hope.; A Gregor Demarkian Novel; 8vo; 289 pages.