It is 1777, and Phoebe is thrown headlong into the turmoil of war when her beloved cousin is hanged as a British spy. When she finds his secret message to the British general, she decides to deliver it herself to Fort Ticonderoga. She has never been away from her small village, and knows nothing about survival in the wilderness, or dealing with warring Patriots and Tories. She's going to need help to survive . . . but whose? "A tense, atmospheric story . . . Brings to life this important chapter in American history." (Booklist )
Phoebe is thrown headlong into the turmoil of war after her cousin is hanged for being a British spy.