Pirate captain Flora Burn is the perfect centerpiece for novels by an author fascinated by the Golden Age of Pirates, the American Revolution, and Colonial life. She arrived on the Eastern Seaboard, as if from nowhere, following eradication of most pirates by the Royal Navy. Despite growing tensions, distrust, and spying between Americans and British, she shrouded the activities of her crew in near-total secrecy. With the American Revolution approaching, she and her crew vanished from history without leaving a trace. Captain Burn was a powerful and complicated woman; a female mix of Edmond Dantès (the Count of Monte Cristo) and Sir Francis Drake (explorer, pirate, warrior).
All Hell breaks loose when an American Founding Father goes undercover. Congress declares war on Britain and devastation shrouds the Eastern Seaboard. Hostilities escalate when pirate Captain Flora Burn unleashes her protégé, Michael Wolfe, to brutally retaliate against the British. The Revolution goes beyond the physical when both sides discover the power of supernatural soul-ripping forces.