“The Traitor’s Wife.”

tea 001I stayed up a little past my bed time to finish reading this historical fiction, and I’m glad I did. The Revolutionary War is my favorite time in history. I think most of us have heard of Benedict Arnold, however, I don’t think many of us know anything about his second wife Peggy Shippen. She was a piece of work! Allison Pataki in “The Traitor’s Wife,” has successfully brought Peggy Shippen Arnold to life for us in this excellent historic novel! I understand this is Allison Pataki’s first novel. I am looking forward to her next book! Whether you are an ardent fan of historic fiction or if you like a good historic novel now and then, I recommend, “The Traitor’s Wife!”

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