[The Traitor's Wife] E–pub ↠ Allison Pataki


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    Allison Pataki Ç 0 Read & download Read ☆ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ç Allison Pataki [The Traitor's Wife] E–pub ↠ Allison Pataki So much wasted potential the actual history behind Peggy Shippen is intriguing General Benedict Arnold from the continental army is known for the biggest betrayal during the Revolutionary War in 1780 when he attempted to sell the plans of the American occupied West Point to the British army and then fled to their side His contact

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    [The Traitor's Wife] E–pub ↠ Allison Pataki Find this and other reviews at was than a little excited when I first stumbled across Allison Pataki's The Traitor's Wife Though familiar with

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    [The Traitor's Wife] E–pub ↠ Allison Pataki Allison Pataki Ç 0 Read & download I was particularly interested in reading this book as I live in the Hudson Valley region of NY where part of the story takes place And I've read some brilliant historical fiction; unfortunately this book did not measure upI found the cast of characters to be two dimensional and uite dull Peggy on the other hand was so c

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    [The Traitor's Wife] E–pub ↠ Allison Pataki Read ☆ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ç Allison Pataki ”’If you can’t break the rules you might as well seduce the man who makes them’” Synopsis Never underestimate the power of a spoiled brat who doesn’t get what she wants Biblio Babble Peggy Please Throw Away Your Shot and the Wine Bottle Nothing like a glass of wine at breakfast to keep Peggy Shippen Arnold powered throu

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    Read ☆ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ç Allison Pataki [The Traitor's Wife] E–pub ↠ Allison Pataki Allison Pataki Ç 0 Read & download Ok I’ve owned this book since it was released but I just now really paid attention to the synopsis I’m afraid to get my hopes up because Peggy sounds perfectly notorious I need some nonfiction on this gal

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    Summary The Traitor's Wife Allison Pataki Ç 0 Read & download Read ☆ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ç Allison Pataki This was a fantastic book I had never heard of Peggy Shippen and had no idea the part she played in Benedict Arnold's treason during the American Revolution This story was very well written and had me absorbed int

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    [The Traitor's Wife] E–pub ↠ Allison Pataki Allison Pataki Ç 0 Read & download I was really disappointed in this book I usually love historical fiction that is based off of real life events I like getting a new perspective on the characters situation But this book was one of those that I just couldn't wait to finish so that I could be done with it I was expecting something a little less vulgar Though I didn't expect Peggy to be portrayed as a nice person she is the wife of a traitor after all I most certainl

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    [The Traitor's Wife] E–pub ↠ Allison Pataki I have to admit that I really didn't know much about Benedict Arnold except that he betrayed America in the Revolution and whether this was entirely historically accurate it still peaked my interest in finding out about Arnold and his wife Loved Clara and was so glad the story was told from her point if view no one sees and hears than an 'invisible' person I also really liked Peggy she was a master manipulator and a real

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    Allison Pataki Ç 0 Read & download Read ☆ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ç Allison Pataki Summary The Traitor's Wife I remember reading about Benedict Arnold in high school and all I can remember even now was that he was a traitor to this country I

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Summary The Traitor's Wife

Read & download ✓ The Traitor's Wife 100 Hero Washington and the American cause Together with her former love and her disaffected husband Peggy hatches the plot to deliver West Point to the British and in exchange win fame and fortune for herself and ArnoldTold from the perspective of Peggy’s maid whose faith in the new nation inspires her to intervene in her mistress’s affairs even when it could cost her everything The Traitor’s Wife brings these infamous figures to life illuminating the sordid details and the love triangle that nearly destroyed the American fight for freed. I was really disappointed in this book I usually love historical fiction that is based off of real life events I like getting a new perspective on the characters situation But this book was one of those that I just couldn t wait to finish so that I could be done with it I was expecting something a little less vulgar Though I didn t expect Peggy to be portrayed as a nice person she is the wife of a traitor after all I most certainly didn t expect to find such a tramp in the lead role of this novel She had no shame I m not ashamed to admit that I flipped over a few pages to avoid some rather crude scenes I will never read anything by this author in the future Now that being said there were a few good things about this book For one I loved the historical aspect of it I m a sucker for historical fiction as I mentioned earlier and the second thing is that Peggy although ruthless selfish and bratty amongst other things had a soft spot for her maid Clara It seemed that the few scenes that I saw Peggy s good side were the ones that she shared with her maidconfident It made her seem like there was a heart deep down in the abyss of her soul after all Peggy really was a despicable character If you want to draw in a reader allow them to see things from a good guys perspective I was miserable the entire time I spent reading this book because there was practically NO good in it Except towards the end where Clara gave Peggy what for and held her accountable for her actions I really can t think of anything else to say about this book I m sorry if this review offends anyone sort of but hey it s my honest opinion Bottom line don t read this book EverThe Literary MaidensNote I was provided with a free copy of this book by Howard Publishers in exchange for my honest opinion and I was not further reimbursed All thoughts expressed above are completely my own and unbiased

Read ☆ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ç Allison PatakiThe Traitor's Wife

Read & download ✓ The Traitor's Wife 100 O not only contributed to the betrayal but orchestrated itSocialite Peggy Shippen is half Benedict Arnold’s age when she seduces the war hero during his stint as military commander of Philadelphia Blinded by his young bride’s beauty and wit Arnold does not realize that she harbors a secret loyalty to the British Nor does he know that she hides a past romance with the handsome British spy John André Peggy watches as her husband crippled from battle wounds and in debt from years of service to the colonies grows ever disillusioned with his. This was a fantastic book I had never heard of Peggy Shippen and had no idea the part she played in Benedict Arnold s treason during the American Revolution This story was very well written and had me absorbed into it I so wanted Peggy to get what she deserved but at least her servants were able to break free in the end I appreciated the author s note at the end regarding what was historically accurate and what was fiction Amazing how much of it was true This is my third book by this author and definitely a favorite I look forward to books by her

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Read & download ✓ The Traitor's Wife 100 A riveting historical novel about Peggy Shippen Arnold the cunning wife of Benedict Arnold and mastermind behind America’s most infamous act of treasonEveryone knows Benedict Arnold the Revolutionary War general who betrayed America and fled to the British as history’s most notorious turncoat Many know Arnold’s co conspirator Major John André who was apprehended with Arnold’s documents in his boots and hanged at the orders of General George Washington But few know of the integral third character in the plot a charming young woman wh. Find this and other reviews at was than a little excited when I first stumbled across Allison Pataki s The Traitor s Wife Though familiar with the story of Benedict Arnold s betrayal I d never read a fictional account of it and couldn t believe my luck when Howard Books approved my reuest for an ARC four months before its Feb 2014 release dateLooking back on that enthusiasm makes it hard admit but I m a reviewer and can t deny this debut wasn t as satisfying as I d hoped it d be Though I enjoyed Pataki s keen understanding of the historic subject matter the book itself left me confused and bewildered Peggy Shippen is the obvious center of this piece which is why I was disappointed with the lack of clarity in her character There are a handful of moments in which she is as astute as Abigail Adams and as seductive as much speculated widow of Mount Holly but these are largely overshadowed by episodes of spoiled self indulgence and pathetically infantile outbursts Maybe it is just me but the inconsistency in her manner personality and personal motivations undermined the authenticity of Pataki s portrayal and often left me wondering if the author had a definitive idea of who this woman was and the role she played in the conspiracyI had similar difficulty with Clara I don t think the audience is ever afforded a real understanding of Peggy s confidant and that made it hard to connect with her on an emotional level Perhaps I ve been spoiled by maids such as Hannah in Philippa Gregory s The ueen s Fool or Barbara in Eva Stachniak s The Winter Palace but I genuinely feel The Traitor s Wife would be a stronger piece if effort had been put into developing Clara outside the Shippen and Arnold households Characterization issues plagued the supporting cast as well but I think I ve said enough on that particular subject and there is another aspect I want to touch on before wrapping up The atmosphere dialogue and values depicted in these pages did not feel authentic to colonial American culture I don t know if this was an intentional decision meant to benefit Pataki s readers or indicative of the author s inexperience as a writer of historic fiction but either way I didn t expect to this piece to be uite so theatrical and fluffy I recognize I read an ARC edition of The Traitor s Wife and that the finished publication may differ dramatically but I m not entirely convinced four months of spit and polish will rectify all of my concerns and though I certainly appreciate the book as light historic fiction I m not sure I would recommend it to those looking for a deeply compelling narrative of the conspiracy that might have crushed the revolution and the ambitious dreams of America s founding fathers