While rumor has it that Benedict Arnold has been sharing secrets with the British, young Thomas Hutchinson is struggling to keep a few of his own. His brother, Sam, makes him promise not to tell what he knows about the possible spy in town. Then, Francis Pickering entrusts Thomas with the secret of what happened to his missing medicines. And when Thomas discovers that Malcolm, too, is holding back something about a mysterious orphan girl who was shot in the foot, the weight is nearly more than he can take. Is this what the preacher meant when he urged the congregation to bear one another's burdens? Would God want Thomas to tell his Papa what's going on when it could mean the difference between life and death for bothe his brothers? Can anyone help him carry the load?
Livre d'occasion - 188 pages