The Devil Take Tomorrow

By Gretchen Jeannette

Historical fiction, Romance, Action & adventure, General fiction | Paperback, eBook


George Washington has been marked for death. British agents embedded in the Continental Army wait only for the order to strike. Racing against time, rebel spy Ethan Matlock sets out to protect the one man who can save the Revolution. Without General Washington, the whole American enterprise might easily collapse, for no one else has demonstrated the ability to keep together an army that constantly threatens to fall apart. Boldly Ethan infiltrates the heart of the British military, occupiers of grand old Philadelphia, where elegant officers posture in drawing rooms and frolic in the bedrooms of the rich. Surrounded by twenty thousand redcoats, aware that the slightest misstep could lead to the gallows, Ethan resorts to vicious measures to unravel a conspiracy of power-hungry men. Against his better judgment, he becomes entangled with the provocative Miss Maddie Graves, whose fierce devotion to the American cause ironically threatens his mission.


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George Washington has been marked for death. British agents embedded in the Continental Army wait only for the order to strike. Racing against time, rebel spy Ethan Matlock sets out to protect the one man who can save the Revolution. Without General Washington, the whole American enterprise might easily collapse, for no one else has demonstrated the ability to keep together an army that constantly threatens to fall apart. Boldly Ethan infiltrates the heart of the British military, occupiers of grand old Philadelphia, where elegant officers posture in drawing rooms and frolic in the bedrooms of the rich. Surrounded by twenty thousand redcoats, aware that the slightest misstep could lead to the gallows, Ethan resorts to vicious measures to unravel a conspiracy of power-hungry men. Agai...


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Gretchen Jeannette lives in Chester County, Pennsylvania, an area rich in Revolutionary War and Colonial American history. Her interest in 18th Century America began at a young age, inspired by the novels of Dale Van Every and Allan Eckert, whose timeless tales of adventure and romance capture the essence of early American lore. Eager to read more such stories, to her disappointment she had trouble finding them on bookshelves, so she decided to write one of her own. Thus began a journey fueled by her passion for breathing life into history through believable characters, authentic historical details, and plots woven with adventure, romance and suspense.


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Gretchen Jeannette lives in Chester County, Pennsylvania, an area rich in Revolutionary War and Colonial American history. Her interest in 18th Century America began at a young age, inspired by the novels of Dale Van Every and Allan Eckert, whose timeless tales of adventure and romance capture the essence of early American lore. Eager to read more such stories, to her disappointment she had trou...


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"An excellent work of historical fiction." Readers' Favorite *** "Far more textured and authentic than a by-the-numbers romance." Historical Novel Society *** "An epic read in every sense of the word." E-book Planet *** "Fiction becomes believable and fascinating in this poignant story." GoodbooksToday.com *** "A captivating novel that will please lovers of historical fiction." Onlinebookclub.org

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Justin Bienvenue

Justin Bienvenue

29 September at 19:08

I love the cover of this and the book itself sounds very interesting!

Gretchen Jeannette

Gretchen Jeannette

30 June at 23:13

"An epic read in every sense of the word." E-book Planet Review.

"Fiction becomes believable and fascinating in this poignant story." GoodbooksToday.com Reviews.

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