Enemy in the Fort

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Pleasant Company Publications, 2001 - Juvenile Fiction - 163 pages
4 Reviews
When a boy raised by the Abenaki Indians--the tribe that captured her family two years ago--comes to stay with her, 12-year-old Rebecca Percy believes that he is responsible for the rash of burglaries that have occurred, but when she tries to prove his guilt, she makes a startling discovery that shatters her beliefs about Indians and settlers. Simultaneous.

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Review: Enemy in the Fort (History Mysteries #13)

User Review  - Jadalynn - Goodreads

This book is historical fiction and I would say it's for intermediate readers. It's about two sisters who take refuge in fort when their patents and baby brother are taken captive by Indians. I think ... Read full review

Review: Enemy in the Fort (History Mysteries #13)

User Review  - Elevetha - Goodreads

It was decent enough. 9+. Read full review

Contents

Prologue Attacked I
1
A Captive Returns
11
Chapter r The White Indian
42
Copyright

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About the author (2001)

Sarah Masters Buckey is a former journalist and editor who has a deep interest in history and loves bringing it to life for children. She is the author of three History Mysteries, The Smuggler's Treasure, Enemy in the Fort, and Gangsters at the Grand Atlantic. She was nominated for the 2004 Agatha Award for Best Children's/YA Mystery for Gangsters. She lives in Hanover, New Hampshire, with her husband and three children.