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Thursday, May 17, 2012

Yankee Doodle Spies

Welcome to the world of Yankee Doodle Spies!

I hope you will enjoy this blog and find it a useful venue to learn about what's upcoming in these tales of espionage, action and intrigue, set during the American Revolution.  The biggest news is that the first book, The Patriot Spy, will soon be available.

If you read the precis in the Book One:  The Patriot Spy page or even sampled the chapter I posted you know (or at least suspect) that this story combines action and intrigue in a historical setting, focusing on the adventures of one new American, Jeremiah Creed, who gets caught up in the struggle for independence. In doing so, he interacts with an eclectic array of other characters, historic as well as fictional.

The publisher, Twilight Times Books will release The Patriot Spy as an eBook on June 15th, followed shortly thereafter by the paper version on July 15th. I'll provide more details in my next post.So whether you enjoy the Kindle, Nook or other e version, or prefer the feel of paper in your hands, your journey into the American Revolution's secret war  is about to begin!


6 comments:

  1. Bravo Scott, and thanks for bringing to light what many consider the "Greatest Generation" of Americans! :)

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    1. Tim:

      The more I delved into the period I write of, the more impressed I am with the sheer audacity of it all. I'll be blogging on that a lot going forward. Thanks for the kind words.

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  2. Scott, This is awesome, thumbs up !I clearly remember how talented you are while writing OER's. Can't wait to read this.
    Gary H.

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  3. Can't wait Scott. I have a NOOK, and will hopefully get the electronic version.

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  4. I have worked with Scott on this for quite a while and it's absolutely breathtaking to see it coming to fruition with publication. I think people will thoroughly enjoy this work and learn a great deal about our past as well. The history is exciting and accurate, the characters (both real and fictitious) are well developed, the battle scenes realistic, the setting genuine and, above all, the reader gets a feeling of being there as it happened. Read, enjoy and learn.
    Paul Harpin

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  5. Can't wait to read it Scott.

    Jody McCabe

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