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NATHAN HALE: The Life and Death of America's First Spy  
May 8, 2014
Author:  M. William Phelps
Category:  Non-fiction: Biography
Description:  Book Summary: A biography of the Connecticut patriot Nathan Hale hanged by the British for spying during the Revolutionary War.

Are you a fan of AMC's "TURN"? If so, Hale's story is for you. With a new introduction by NYT bestseller Gregg Olsen, if you've read David McCullough, Charles Royster, Robert K. Wright, W. J. Wood, or thought you've learned everything there is to know about 1776 and the Revolutionary War, think again: Nathan Hale has set a new standard for separating fact from fiction within the Continental Army's great war. What was George Washington like in those days leading up to the Revolution? What did Colonialists and Tories actually go through? What did it mean to be a patriot? Was Bunker Hill the epicenter of the war? Did the Battle for New York pivot on Hale's ill-fated spy mission? Were the British and General Howe as all mighty powerful as history has led us to believe?

The first biography in a century of the legendary Revolutionary War patriot and America's first spy. NATHAN HALE is the only book about this early American icon.

Rights available:  Paperback rights. The E-Book is a NYT Best Seller and there is currently no paperback option to purchase.
Rights already sold:  The paperback rights have reverted back to author on this previously published book that is having a hot sales run right now. Ebook sales are very high. The success of the show TURN on AMC and other recent historical recreations have driven readers to this true story of America's first spy.
Other information:  As of May 1, 2014 a NYT E-Book Best Seller in Nonfiction coming in at number #14.
Contact:  Matthew Valentinas
Law Office of Matthew Valentinas; Mom's Basement Management
Matt@MatthewValentinasLaw.com
phone: 8576360875
82 Broad St., #334, Boston, MA 02110
Item number:  9448
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