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Forts of Refuge

Pegg Thomas

Genre: Historical fiction

Three book series

During the explosive year of 1763, only three Colonial forts withstood the coordinated onslaught of Pontiac’s Rebellion. Fort Pitt, Fort Detroit, and Fort Niagara stood strong. Forts of Refuge tells the tales of three women, one connected to each fort, who also survived against the odds, and the men who shared in their trials and triumphs.

It’s 1763, and the American frontier is about to erupt.

Sarah’s Choice is a heart-wrenching tale of how harsh-and beautiful-life could be on the wild frontier during Pontiac’s Rebellion. Drawing from true historical accounts, author Pegg Thomas pens a poignant story of loss and love that you won’t want to miss.” (Michelle Griep, Christy Award-winning author of The Captive Heart)

“Pegg Thomas gives us a pitch-perfect story in Maggie’s Strength. She provides just the right amount of historical detail without overwhelming a love story of two wounded people we can cheer for. It doesn’t get any better than that. (Jane Kirkpatrick, NYTimes bestselling author of The Healing of Natalie Curtis)

“Fans of historical fiction will fall in love with Abigail Aldridge, an unlikely heroine, as she arrives at Fort Niagara with high hopes to create an independent life for herself. Pegg Thomas’ careful attention to detail brings richness and reality to pre-Revolutionary America, and the setting adds to the tension of constant danger for both those within the fort and those outside of its walls. History, adventure, an unexpected romance, edge-of-the-seat suspense… Abigail’s Peace has it all!” (Suzanne Woods Fisher, award-winning, bestselling author of Anna’s Crossing)

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