About Shrewsbury Press

Shrewsbury Press specializes in 18th century historical fiction – entertaining and engrossing stories full of authentic historical detail. 

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 Secrets Worth Killing For –  

The BookLife Prize in Fiction review calls it “a terrific historical mystery”!  Did Thomas Jefferson murder a poor housemaid to hide his role in a treasonous conspiracy? Or to keep his relationship with Sally Hemmings from coming to light? He wasn’t the only prominent man in 1797 Philadelphia, though, who had secrets to hide.

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Did President John Adams conspire to murder Thomas Jefferson, to stay in power?  Patriots & Poisons,  the first in the Founding Fathers mystery series, lays bare the bitter, highly partisan political conflicts of the early American republic – a time when people could still ask seriously whether declaring Independence was a terrible mistake.

Both mysteries are available in paperback or ebook format from Amazon online, or ask for them at your favorite bookstore.

 

For younger readers, check out the Colonial Girl Stories

 

AmandasSecret_CoverFinal_01.inddAmanda’s Secret, the heartwarming story of a young girl’s quest to find a past that she never knew.  

Amelia’s Dream, the sequel to Amanda’s Secret, tells the story of a young colonial girl who pursues her dreams despite her lowly status and the adverse twists and turns of her fate.   Set in and around colonial Williamsburg, Virginia,  this series is perfect for anyone who likes the American Girl™ Felicity stories.   Both books are lavishly illustrated.

They’re available in paperback and ebook format Amelia's Dream Coverfrom Amazon and in paperback from Barnes & Noble online, or ask for them at your favorite bookstore. 

All books are available wholesale from Ingram distributors or directly from  Shrewsbury Press.  


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