Fourth of July Book Sale!
The American Patriot Series
By J. M. Hochstetler
The Faith of Our Founders—How It All Began
Special today on this Web site only! Buy autographed copies of J. M. Hochstetler’s Daughter of Liberty and Native Son, books 1 and 2 of her critically acclaimed American Patriot historical fiction series about the American Revolution, at a drastically reduced price! You’ll get pulse-pounding action, breath-taking adventure, and a love story that will capture your heart.
Now on sale for $6 each (regular retail $12.99), plus shipping and handling. Order 4 copies (total - of either book) and get one free! For more information and to order, e-mail Joan Shoup at firstname.lastname@example.org and pay by check or on PayPal.
Daughter of Liberty and Native Son make great gifts for birthdays, anniversaries, Christmas, or just because! Also great for bringing history alive for students from middle school age up! It's especially appropriate for home-schooled kids because of the Christian world view. Best of all, all proceeds from this sale will go to benefit Sheaf House, a new independent small press founded by Joan Shoup that will focus on publishing extraordinary fiction by fresh new voices!
Daughter of Liberty
As the first blood of the Revolution is spilled at Lexington and Concord, a beautiful rebel spy and a jaded British major fight their own private battles of faith—and their growing love for each other—as their dangerous roles thrust them ever closer to the carnage of Bunker Hill.
British General William Howe builds up an overwhelming force in New York harbor to oppose the Continental Army under General George Washington. Captured and adopted by the Indians, Carleton rises to become a Shawnee war chief and is drawn unwillingly into a war against the white settlers who threaten to overrun the tribe’s ancestral lands. Can Elizabeth find him before the British attack?
This is a side note from Michelle Sutton. These books are fabulous! I own them both and have reviewed them and gave them each five stars. I'm sure you'll agree!
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