|Title:||Arundel: A Chronicle of The Province of Maine And of The Secret Expedition Against Quebec (Chronicles of Arundel #1)|
|Publisher:||Doubleday, Doran & Company, Inc.|
|Tags:||fiction, historical, American Revolution|
Arundel is the first in a Revolutionary War trilogy, following the adventures of several fictitious residents of what later became the state of Maine. The novel’s first-person narrator Steven Nason and his family are traders and proprietors of an inn serving the little town of Arundel, now known as Kennebunkport. Steven has become an accomplished backwoodsman by the time he reaches adulthood, knowledge he gained by accompanying his father on trading trips among the Indians. Steven joins Colonel Benedict Arnold’s small expeditionary force in the fall of 1775 to help guide him through the northern wilderness to attack British-held Quebec.—W C Casey at
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