Raven's Risk (Volume 3)
“Lackey’s series successfully combines...adventures with multiple personal dramas...attention to historical details—deftly brings the era to life... plot surprises keep the narrative lively... Engaging action on both land and sea with well-drawn characters.” ─Kirkus Review published April 2018
"Didn't want it to end! Absolutely loved it!!!" - Perry Stewart, Havre de Grace
"One heck of a story!" - Ken Quade, Columbia
Raven’s Risk Reader Ratings 21 June 2020: Goodreads 4.75 stars; Amazon 4.5 stars
Havre de Grace, Maryland, 1843. At the head of the Chesapeake Bay.
Ben and Sonja Pulaski strengthen their bonds after overcoming bloody intentions and conniving efforts, and gain ownership of the schooner Raven. With their younger son Aaron left as captain of the sailing barge Ugly Boat and their older son Isaac accepted to West Point, their Maryland roots range deep into both slave and free states. Still struggling to meet the needs of a family without powerful friends, but driven by powerful beliefs, the Pulaskis accept surprising obligations that will take them deeper into slave smuggling. Sonja grows stronger as a partner to Ben, far beyond the social expectations of the 19th century. Ben struggles to contain the demons that haunt his anger and push him toward violence. They are pushed and pulled by the banks and political forces. Once again, the Pulaskis step into a broader world, taking them farther from the simple life on the Canal, and ever forward into the growing maelstrom of a nation straining within itself.
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