"Fidget’s Mill was a town full of secrets, populated by people who had no idea how to keep them."
It is a time of revolution in the American colonies, an epoch in which men of exceptional talent and ambition agitate to reshape the course of human events. Their names will pass into legend: Washington. Adams. Jefferson. Hamilton. Madison. Monroe.
Denton Hedges is there too, and he’s trying his best.
In the inauspicious year of 1767, he volunteers to visit a no-account Massachusetts seaside town called Fidget’s Mill. His goal is simple: secure a non-importation agreement, so that the colonies might adopt a stronger negotiating position with England. There’s no reason for him to get mixed up with a forbidden love triangle, a witch, demons, or the three moneyed families jockeying for control of the town. And yet…
He really is trying his best.
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About the Author
Jud Widing was born in Philadelphia, and raised in Reading, Pennsylvania. He attended Emerson College in Boston and graduated with Film and Philosophy on his degree, then got it into his head that it would be fun to live in Los Angeles for a few years. He now writes novels in New York City and thinks very hard about the decisions he's made.