Savannah of Williamsburg: Ben Franklin, Freedom & Freedom of the Press - Virginia 1735by Jennifer Susannah Devore
The stakes are high for Philadelphia's
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The third book in the Savannah Squirrel Series is another exciting adventure through history. The American Colonies are thriving in 1735 and major issues are confronting the colonists. The evil of slavery is challenged by Savannah after her oldest and dearest friend, Anthony, is devastated by this horrible institution.
The stakes are high for Philadelphia's Benjamin Franklin as he plots to influence the outcome of one of the most important trials in American history taking place in New York. Freedom of the Press is at stake and the outcome will affect whether or not the United States of America ever declares independence.
The story includes a complete play "The Mysterious Silence Dogood"
Meet the Author
Jennifer S. Devore authors the 18th C. historical-fiction series Savannah of Williamsburg. She is a regular contributor to the official San Diego Comic-Con Souvenir Book, blogs for JennyPop.net, is a staff writer for GoodtobeaGeek.com and is syndicated by NerdSpan.com and RocketLlama.com, all under the pseudonym Miss Hannah Hart, ghostdame of The Hotel del Coronado.
She has also been cited by TIME magazine as a Peanuts and Charlie Brown expert. Her latest novel is The Darlings of Orange County, a sexy, posh and deadly romp through Hollywood, San Diego and Orange County. She resides on a beach with her husband and a closet that's simply too tiny.
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