"Historical fiction as it ought to be written and seldom is."--"Palm Beach Post" on "Shadow Patriots"
"Few novelists working now have a better grasp of early American history than Robson."--"Kirkus Reviews" on "Shadow Patriots
"Robson proves herself a dedicated historian and strong storyteller. The only thing I disliked about the book was that it had to end."--"The Tampa Tribune" on "Shadow Patriots"
"Historical fiction of the best kind This masterfully drawn, historical backdrop moves a great and moving love story."--"The Roanoke Times" on "Shadow Patriots "
"There are so many ways to love this book: for its rollicking view of the American revolution, for the intrigue of spies in petticoats, for the lure of the period, or for Robson's spicy humor. "Shadow Patriots "is historical fiction that lets you smell the corn cakes in the oven as the muskets are loaded."--Marlin Fitzwater, Press Secretary to Presidents Reagan and Bush and bestselling author of "Call the Briefing" and "Esther's Pillow"
""Shadow Patriots" takes the reader into a little explored side of the American Revolution: how women felt about it and what they did as the war tore their lives apart. Lucia S. Clair-Robson has written a superb book that may break up your heart in places but will give you a new understanding of the struggle that created out nation."--Thomas Fleming, bestselling author of "Dreams of Glory"
"When an outstanding storyteller is also a careful and thorough researcher of history, the result is historical fiction of a high order. Robson has thoroughly immersed herself in Revolutionary America in order to present us with a picture as vivid as today's news. Filled with fascinating detail, the book offers a panoramic picture of America on the brink of freedom. The military and the personal are skillfully interlaced. Familiar characters such as George Washington and Benedict Arnold reveal new facets, while the assortment of fictional characterstshow more