Faythe of North Hinkapee

by James T. Hogg (Author)

Under the moon's gaze, Faythe's sword glinted with purpose.

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A new book for fans of Ken Follett’s “Pillars of the Earth:” FAYTHE OF NORTH HINKAPEE: The Saga of a Young Woman’s Quest for Justice and Love in Colonial America

They will pay for what they have done to my sister, thought Faythe as she rode her panting horse into the darkness of the forest night….away from the accursed town of North Hinkapee. She knew she would be back to set things right. Faythe no longer sought mere justice; now she craved vengeance on the powerful Downing family and the scheming Minister Brown.

Faythe is an utterly non-conforming heroine living within the strictures of seventeenth-century colonial America, where young women are to be seen and not heard.

But Faythe is having none of that! Join this valiant woman in her epic journey of love and justice. Faythe’s quest carries you along through romance, betrayal, wickedness and heartbreak, all the way to its breathtaking conclusion.

Along the way, meet a former prostitute who becomes Faythe’s closest friend, an aged swashbuckling swordsman whose sword by itself can change outcomes, a well-muscled farm boy neighbor helplessly in love with Faythe, and a smooth-talking lawyer, all in opposition to the dramatic and ruthless power of the Downing family, the consummate evilness of Martha Downing, and Minister Brown’s misuse of the power of the church.

Faythe of North Hinkapee is the kind of novel readers fall in love with, wishing it to never end, and when it does end, craving to read even more.

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FAYTHE OF NORTH HINKAPEE: The Saga of a Young Woman’s Quest for Justice and Love in Colonial America by James T. Hogg is a very well written piece of historical fiction. Faythe is a strong example of resilience and determination as she takes on the societal norms of early America along with the wicked characters who seek to exploit and coerce those around them. Fans of historical fiction will greatly enjoy this read for its accuracy to events and the lovely characters it presents. While it is a very long story, the narrative moves at a fast pace making it easy to get lost in the events and interactions. The novel is epic in scope drawing comparisons to stories such as Gone With the Wind.

James T. Hogg (Author)

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James T. Hogg is the pseudonym of a prominent New York City attorney. Faythe of North Hinkapee is his first novel, writing as James T. Hogg. The novel is based on a story he told many times to his now-grown children. The goal—then and now—was to create a story that the reader simply cannot put down, even when it is midnight and the reader has to get up to go to work the next morning. That has always been his simple goal—to write a page-turner, so that the reader can have a great time with an enjoyable read. James T. Hogg now lives in New Jersey and has been happily married for thirty-eight years to his soulmate wife. They are blessed to be the proud parents of two daughters. The author’s muse calls from his summer home getaway, where he goes to play loud music and write and write and write.

Faythe of North Hinkapee

FAYTHE OF NORTH HINKAPEE: The Saga of a Young Woman’s Quest for Justice and Love in Colonial America by James T. Hogg is a very well written piece of historical fiction. Faythe is a strong example of resilience and determination as she takes on the societal norms of early America along with the wicked characters who seek to exploit and coerce those around them. Fans of historical fiction will greatly enjoy this read for its accuracy to events and the lovely characters it presents. While it is a very long story, the narrative moves at a fast pace making it easy to get lost in the events and interactions. The novel is epic in scope drawing comparisons to stories such as Gone With the Wind.

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