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The Adam Fletcher Adventure Series is set in the period between the Seven Years’ War and the American Revolution. It takes place on the coast of North Carolina and involves smuggling and old pirates, among other things. I’m pretty obsessive about getting historical details right, so I thought it might be helpful to share some of my regular […]
The second book in the Adam Fletcher Adventure Series has received an enthusiastic review from Children’s Literature: This second adventure of Adam Fletcher set in 1766 is full of surprises. One year older and eager to find clues about his mysterious father, Adam has no idea what danger his probing will incite. Unlike the first book set in […]
Kevin Duffus, author of The Last Days of Black Beard the Pirate and 2015 NC Historian of the Year has this to say about The Smuggler’s Gambit. “The Smuggler’s Gambit will transport you in time to a formative period in our nation’s history, when young Colonial Americans like Adam Fletcher bravely faced life-changing choices, moral perplexities, […]
Whether you’ve read The Smuggler’s Gambit and want to learn more about the world of Adam Fletcher, or you’re just interesting in finding out more about the novel before reading it, this new feature will serve as your personal tour guide to the locations from the story. About colonial era taverns These days the word tavern often refers […]
Children’s Literature, a publication that provides children’s and young adult book reviews has published this review of The Smuggler’s Gambit: “With a seamless plot and vivid characters, this novel set in Port Beaufort, North Carolina in 1765, captivates the reader’s imagination. When seventeen-year-old Adam Fletcher chooses to recklessly defend his single mother’s reputation with his quick temper […]