TRAITOR'S TORCH by Gertrude Crowafield

TRAITOR'S TORCH

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Good historical fiction of the days following Benedict Arnold's betrayal and his siding with the British. The scene is New London, where the leading ""patriot"" turns out to be a British spy, and has the troublesome girl who is interfering with his plans, kidnapped. Good adventure with a bit of romance.

Pub Date: May 1st, 1935
Publisher: Lippincott