Book Two: Nathan Fox ~ Traitor’s Gold by Lynn Brittney

£5.99

Book 2 of the Nathan Fox Series

In his second adventure as a trained spy in the fledgling Elizabethan Secret Service, young Nathan Fox has to go to the Netherlands to intercept a secret shipment of Spanish gold. This means joining forces with pirates and mercenaries to achieve a stunning victory over the Spanish army in the Netherlands. Meanwhile, Nathan’s sister, Marie has to undertake a dangerous mission of her own in witchcraft-obsessed Amsterdam – one that could threaten her life. Both Nathan and Marie will learn that traitors come in many disguises.

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Nathan faces danger again when he and his partner, John Pearce, are tasked with intercepting and stealing a shipment of Spanish gold bound for the Netherlands. The team must work with pirates and mercenaries in a daring and breathtaking scheme. Meanwhile, his sister Marie, has been denounced as a witch and Nathan is the only one who can save her. To make matters worse, there is a traitor amongst them, who could put all their lives in jeopardy…

  • ISBN 9781907147364
  • 236 pp
  • Size 133 x 200 mm

In the Press

“This is a terrific story of double-dealing and adventure. Not only does L. Brittney get across the history in an exciting and entertaining way, she also brings in Shakespeare’s Measure for Measure as the subplot. Aimed at boys of 10 plus but girls who like historical adventures should enjoy it as well.”
Historical Novel Society

“This escapade, involving the quest to nab some Spanish gold, takes Nathan and his mentor John Pearce to the Netherlands and Cologne, into a dangerous Europe where witches are being burned at the stake. Expect furious swordplay, tremendous chases, atmospheric journeys and wince-inducing reminders that this was an age before anaesthetics. There is also a horrible scene involving Queen Elizabeth and her rotting teeth. History in all its rank-smelling glory!”
Daily Telegraph

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