Savage Liberty Lib/E: A Mystery of Revolutionary America

Eliot Pattison (Author) Antony Ferguson (Read by)
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$118.00  $108.56
Blackstone Publishing
Publish Date
May 22, 2018
Compact Disc

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About the Author

Eliot Pattison is the author of The Skull Mantra, which won the Edgar Award and was a finalist for the Gold Dagger, as well Water Touching Stone and Bone Mountain. Pattison is a world traveler and frequent visitor to China, and his numerous books and articles on international policy issues have been published around the world.

Antony Ferguson, Earphones Award-winning narrator, was born in London. He has performed successfully on both sides of the Atlantic and has played many leading roles in theater, film, and television.


Prepare to be immersed in this story of early America ...This is historical writing at its best, with plenty of action and suspense. It's difficult to put down.

-- "Historical Novels Review"

A passionate and intelligent tale of the American revolutionary period and a decent murder mystery to boot...Savage Liberty is a page-turning thriller with a deeply researched and beautifully authentic backdrop. An absorbing story with memorable scenes and characters...Thoroughly entertaining.

-- "Nudge Books magazine (UK)"

Pattison's excellent fifth mystery featuring Duncan McCallum...Pattison has few peers when it comes to integrating historical events into a complex but plausible whodunit plot.

-- "Publishers Weekly (starred and boxed review)"

As twisty as a 1950s Cold War novel, except set in supposedly tranquil 1768 New England...[A] roller-coaster ride, for those who enjoy politics, history, and hairbreadth escapes swirled together.

-- "Library Journal"

This fifth entry in Pattison's Bone Rattler series advances McCallum's personal life as it exhibits the seamless blend of fiction and history that distinguishes this fine series. A timely reminder, as well, of what liberty meant to our forebears.

-- "Booklist"