Book Reviews of Yankee Spy: A Union Girl in Richmond During the Peninsular Campaign (Young American Series, #3)

Yankee Spy: A Union Girl in Richmond During the Peninsular Campaign (Young American Series, #3)
Yankee Spy A Union Girl in Richmond During the Peninsular Campaign - Young American Series, #3
Author: Maureen Stack Sappey
ISBN-13: 9781572491359
ISBN-10: 1572491353
Publication Date: 8/1998
Pages: 129
Reading Level: Ages 9-12
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Publisher: White Mane Pub
Book Type: Paperback
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Louisa Holmes, a beautiful Washingtonian, is lured into the shady world of espionage by Dr. Gleason, a member of the infamous network of physician-spies. Innocently, she accepts a mission: to obtain information from a handsome Confederate officer, Major Robert Petrie. Louisa is smuggled into the Confederates' capital city, and while General George B. McClellan and the Army of the Potomac struggle towards Richmond, she falls under the suspicious eyes of Confederates Dr. Hugh Ryle and his strange sister, Charleen. Can Louisa escape the same fate as that of Union spymaster, Timothy Webster: imprisonment in Castle Thunder and death on the gallows?