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5.0 out of 5 stars Authors did an excellent job in collecting all long hidden information and conveying portraits of six brave people..., 12 Nov 2013
"George Washington's Secret Six" by Brian Kilmeade and Don Yaeger is an interesting story about six almost or completely unknown names of the American Revolution heroes.

The authors conducted an extensive research about events that took place when General Washington had to retreat from New York City in August 1776 when due to the six brave men of secret agents which called themselves Culper Spy Ring, he was able to recover.

Washington correctly judged that he cannot adequately respond to strong British army power, and instead he conceived a plan to form secret group of people whose task will be to sneak into New York.

Given that the importance of the operation was enormous, and its secrecy of the first priority the group members' identities were hidden for almost 200 years and in this novel they finally receive the necessary attention due to the importance of what they did.

These six brave people were Robert Townsend newspaper editor whose identity was even secret for Washington, Austin Roe, bartender who put both his job and life on stake, Caleb Brewster longshoreman who carried messages between Connecticut and New York, Abraham Woodhull who had perfect family excuse for New York traveling, James Rivington who was responsible for collecting information from British officers in his shop and coffeehouse and last person, a f femme fatale called Agent 355, whose identity still remains unknown and who used her woman woman's abilities to deceive men and learn many useful information.

Brian Kilmeade and Don Yaeger did an excellent job both in collecting all these long hidden information and conveying portraits of six brave people who changed the tide of American Revolution.

Due to authors' obvious knowledge and desire to provide readers more closely with the political and historical events, this novel can be certainly recommended to history fans, but also for those who want to read an exciting and true spy/patriotic story.
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