Nathan Hale

A Novel

by Randolph Mase



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 6/28/2007

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 82
ISBN : 9780595456451

About the Book

In 1776, the fledgling army of the newly-created United States was greatly outnumbered, outequipped, and outskilled. But what they had that the stronger British army lacked was spirit-a spirit of independence. Seeking critical information about the enemy, General George Washington called for a volunteer for a secret mission behind the British lines. Nathan Hale, a young schoolmaster from Connecticut, quickly and bravely offered his services. Follow his adventures in this fast-moving, fact-based novel!

About the Author

Randolph Mase was born in New York City and lived his earlier years in the metropolitan area, graduating from West Point up the Hudson River. By day, he is a corporate training manager, which he?s been for more than 20 years; by morning and night, he writes fiction. Nathan Hale is his fourth novel; his previously published novels are the first three in the Matthew Hogan Mystery series, Death on Broadway, Death Beneath the Streets, and Death in Central Park. He is now busy completing two more novels: the fourth in the Matthew Hogan Mystery series, Death in The Cloisters, and a contemporary comedy, Unbearable. Mase lives with his wife in Putnam County, New York. His website is