Regulated for Murder
A Michael Stoddard American Revolution Thriller
For ten years, an execution hid murder. Then Michael Stoddard came to town.
Bearing a dispatch from his commander in coastal Wilmington, North Carolina, redcoat Lieutenant Michael Stoddard arrives in Hillsborough in February 1781 in civilian garb. He expects to hand a letter to a courier working for Lord Cornwallis, then ride back to Wilmington the next day. Instead, Michael is greeted by the courier's freshly murdered corpse, a chilling trail of clues leading back to an execution ten years earlier, and a sheriff with a fondness for framing innocents—and plans to deliver Michael up to his nemesis, a psychopathic British officer.
Acclaim for Suzanne Adair
Paper Woman, winner of the Patrick D. Smith Literature Award:
The Wilmington Star-News
“...a swashbuckling good mystery yarn!”
The Blacksmith’s Daughter:
Midwest Book Review
“Adair holds the reader enthralled with constant action, spine-tingling suspense, and superb characterization.”