Path to Punishment – Jeanette Alsheimer and Patricia Friedle

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Following the upheaval of the Boston Tea Party, the colonists wait anxiously for England s reaction. Mistrust is rampant and spies could be anywhere. Days after the destruction of the tea, Anne Wentworth flees from Boston to England in search of her betrothed. Far from home, she must draw on her own strength to navigate through a sea of personal and political conspiracies. As the web of intrigue tightens around her, Anne is forced to examine her political beliefs and to decide whom to trust.

Okay…this is a really bad cover! Once you get past that, though, the story is actually really good. There is a huge surprise at the end. You don’t have to read The Trouble with Tea first, although this is the sequel. If you like historical fiction, you’ll like this. – Jessica, Teen Librarian

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