You read about John Paul Jones' famous battle with HMS Serapis in Not Self but Country; now read The Crucible of Tradition and empathize with his internal struggles and external battles after the victory. Treason, treachery, and infidelity plague him at every turn.
Get reacquainted with Captain John Barry. Discover his humble peasant beginnings in Ireland. Experience the warm kinship in his loving family in the oppressive poverty of the eighteenth century. Accompany him on his rise to prominence and his personal struggle through two marriages.
Meticulously researched, this novel, the second in the series, will introduce you to the men who secured America's independence while others framed her government. You will walk the streets of colonial America in scenes that were pulled from period maps and newspapers. Fight, grieve, and exult alongside the men and women who were the actual flesh and blood heroes of their day.
Author: David Perry
Title: The Crucible of Tradition: A Sea of Heroes and Traitors
Series: Not Self but Country
First Published by: Griz Independent Publishing Resources
Date: 17 April 2015