Pocket Books, 1981 - 535 pages
The powerful Pratts have searched for generations for a lost family possession--a breathtaking Paul Revere treasure. A centuries-spanning tale of romance, greed, lust, and murder reissued to tie-in with the paperback release of Martin's latest bestseller Cape Cod, featured above.
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