|Plot Summary of Stars and Stripes|
|"This is the final installment of the “Patriot Series”
You will see Daniel and Quincy both become fathers. But, then both of their wives will encourage them (and Murddok) to continue to do what they can to help support the Patriots. In this case it means following their neighbor from Virginia to Philadelphia to make sure that he makes it safely, as he seems to think he is invincible, even though there are plots to not only harm him to but also steal the money he has collected for the Patriot cause. The neighbor is none other than Thomas Jefferson. Along the way you will see how Gypsies play into helping to conceal them, and how they keep Jefferson safe.
You will also witness Roxanne go up against the top British Spy, who is still trying to “make her his” and seek revenge for her escape.
The story ends at the reading the “The Declaration of Independence” in Philadelphia on that fateful day in 1776.
Tanya, Resident Scholar
|Review Analysis of Stars and Stripes|
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- White (American)
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