George Washington’s Spies
How John Honeyman and Seymour the Mouse Helped George Washington Win the Battles of Trenton and Princeton During the American Revolution
George Washington and his Spies win the Battles of Trenton and Princeton against the British in the Revolutionary War
Travel with George Washington as he leads the American Continental Army across New York and New Jersey, refusing to give up, with the British hot at their heels. Read how the intelligence gathered by two spies, John Honeyman and Seymour the Mouse, was instrumental in Washington’s daring assault, as his battered and bruised soldiers crossed the icy Delaware River on Christmas Eve 1776, catching the enemy in Trenton unaware. That victory, followed by a quick strike at Princeton, turned the tide against the British during the American War of Independence.
Format: 6 x 9 Black & White Paperback, 236 pages
Publisher: Outskirts Press (Oct 07, 2021)
Genre: FICTION / Historical / General