DANGER AT NIAGARA by Margaret Goff Clark


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The danger is that the British will defeat the Americans. . .but not with spy-spotting kids like Homan Reed around Niagara. Rejected by the army as too short, he seeks out enlisted brother Guy who is fighting some soldiers' accusations that he's a Tory because he opposes their burn-Newark tactics. Homan goes home and looks after the girlie Warren girls until he is accepted by desperate recruiters; he points out his pet suspect, then learns Zeb Humel is indeed a spy -- but for Homan's Americans, and the boy has interfered with his work. Familiar trail marks, new paint on the fork.

Pub Date: Sept. 1st, 1968
Publisher: Funk & Wagnalls