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Arundel follows Steven Nason as he joins Benedict Arnold in his march to Quebec during the American Revolution. It is one of the most thrilling of all novels of America's past. Proving for all time the inspired and loyal leadership of Benedict Arnold, Arundel is a masterpiece of story-telling and of the re-creation of history; an unforgettable experience in literature.
Published: Doubleday an imprint of Random House Publishing Group on
ISBN: 9780307824530
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Another of Roberts' well-researched and retold stories of the turbulent times of The American Revolution.This one deals with the heroic march overland to Quebec by the troops with Benedict Arnold, the notorious and much-maligned bogeyman of West Point. As seen through the eyes of Steven Nason and accompanied by his stalwart if somewhat unorthodox companion Cap Huff, the tale flows like the Saint Lawrence River does through the era of change and upheaval.more

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Another of Roberts' well-researched and retold stories of the turbulent times of The American Revolution.This one deals with the heroic march overland to Quebec by the troops with Benedict Arnold, the notorious and much-maligned bogeyman of West Point. As seen through the eyes of Steven Nason and accompanied by his stalwart if somewhat unorthodox companion Cap Huff, the tale flows like the Saint Lawrence River does through the era of change and upheaval.more
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