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Jack Absolute - Officer, Mohawk, Lover, Spy
Jack Absolute - Officer Mohawk Lover Spy Author:C. C. Humphreys 1777. After years away, Jack returns to London to find that he's famous. The playwright, Richard Sheridan, has stolen his name and made "Jack Absolute" the star of his hit comedy "The Rivals". This notoreity makes the real Jack's job somewhat difficult - he's a spy! — He had retired. Now he has to resume his trade when a duel over an actress for... more »ces him to seek refuge wtih his old commander - John Burgoyne, newly appointed to lead an army down from Canada and crush the American Revolution. Jack has history in North America. Years before, he was captured and then adopted by the Iroquois, learning their language and ways. He can help rally these vital allies to the King's cause.
Yet there is a traitor at the heart of the British army, betraying its every move.
From a field of honour in London through the pivotal battle of Saratoga to a hunt for a double agent in wintry Philadelphia, Jack must fight not only revolutionaries but even deadlier opponents closer at hand - a sinister, secret society, the Illuminati. And do so while trying to protect his new love, the beautiful, wilful American, Louisa Reardon.« less