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Would you like to visit with Jean about The Remarkable Cause: A Novel of James Lovell and the Crucible of the Revolution?
David O. Stewart, author of George Washington: The Political Rise of America’s Founding Father (nonfiction), and The Wars and Wives of the Hessian Sergeant, a forthcoming novel of 18th-century New England, says this about The Remarkable Cause:
“In her novel, The Remarkable Cause, Jean C. O’Connor uses Boston and a true historical character (James Lovell) to explore the many layers of America’s revolutionary experience. Through sympathetic, memorable characters, the book illuminates the painful conflicts among American loyalists and patriots that tore apart many families and neighbors, along with the intrigue, fighting, idealism, and suffering that comes with the well-known curse of living in ‘interesting times.”