Faith, Hope, and a Girl Named Charity

Faith, Hope, and a Girl Named Charity

by Phil Tyler

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Overview

It is the Winter of 1608. A Spanish spy in James Towne, England’s fledgling New World settlement, sends back a secret, ominous message meant for the Spanish Ambassador in London. The note, however, is unknowingly intercepted by Charity Cooper, a thirteen-year-old girl who is horrified by what she reads. A shadowy adventure ensues, pulling Charity into a threatening, mysterious world that places her in the dangerous pathway of a master of disguise.

This is a fictitious account of real events that played an important role in the story of James Towne.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940015867459
Publisher: Philip J Tyler
Publication date: 10/20/2012
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 245
File size: 477 KB

About the Author

Phil Tyler grew up in an inner city area of Birmingham, England, in the days when coalmen and laundrymen still used horses and carts. Sometimes a rag-and-bone man would pass by to collect old rags in exchange for goldfish. Phil also remembers the Salvation Army playing hymns on their brass instruments in Hendon Street on Sunday mornings.

At ten years old he had two dreams. One was to find a skylark's nest. The other to visit America!

He and his family have now lived in the United States for more than thirty years. His fascination these days is with his new country and the stories of the people who helped to bring it into being.

This has inspired both of the books he has written so far.

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