7 edition of The traitors found in the catalog.
Originally published, Canaan, N.Y.? , Book Creations?, 1981?.
|Series||The Australians -- v.3|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||621|
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-- The Horn Book "The Traitor's Game is intrigue and adventure with a bold heroine, some forbidden romance and plenty of twists along the way." -- Shelf Awareness "The Traitor's Game by Jennifer A.
Nielsen, is an action-packed story that leaves you yearning for more. The new book is an amazing addition to Nielsen's repertoire/5(93). The Traitor's Son: (Path of the Ranger Book 1) - Kindle edition by Urvi, Pedro. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets.
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In October Winston Churchill, Franklin D. Roosevelt and Josef Stalin s /5. This book is aimed at a slightly older tweens-and-up audience, mostly thanks to romantic elements like feelings of attraction and a few brief kisses. There's lots of action and violence, some of it fantasy and some real-world, that isn't gory but does mention blood a few times.
Torture with magical devices describes pain in some detail.3/5. "The Traitor's Wife" is the story of Clara, a maid to Peggy Shippen, who becomes Peggy Arnold, wife of Benedict Arnold, quite possibly the United States' greatest traitor. I hardly knew anything about Peggy Arnold and was intrigued about reading about /5.
The book is well written; a different twist to a spy novel that, after a slow start, keeps you gripped and becomes difficult to put it down. By chance, I tried Wignall's "A Death in Sweden" and now "The Traitor's Story".
Both stories, narrators and characters are quite different. A clue to settings and, etc. comes from looking at who does. Trading Reality.