THE NEW HOPE by Joseph C. A. Freeman Lincoln

THE NEW HOPE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Reviewed elsewhere in this issue, but noted here as a book that should have a wide teen age appeal. Story fits into THE CAPTAIN FROM CONNECTICUT, except that the scane is laid on the Cape, where a privateer is in the building, and where a traitor in their midst, where everyone thinks he knows everyone else, is giving information to the British. Suspicion falls on young Bangs, outlander, and this is largely a story of his adventures in proving his innocence and unearthing the traitor. Good yarn-for all ages. Romance, adventure, with a tang of salt.

Pub Date: Sept. 29th, 1941
Publisher: Coward, McCann