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Reviewed Titles

Treason: Volume 1

Fourteen-year-old Beth Johnson is a talented and beautiful young actress. She is also a spy. The year is 1664, and Charles II is on the throne, but all is not well in the bustling city of London, and there are those who would gladly kill the king and destroy the Monarchy. One morning, a mysterious ghost ship drifts up the Thames. Sent to investigate by the King's Master of Secrets, Alan Strange, Beth quickly finds herself embroiled in a dangerous adventure. Will Beth be able to unravel the plot to kill the King before it's too late?

PublisherCapstone Young Readers
Age Level9-12 Years
Reading LevelGrades 4-7
GenreHistorical Fiction
SubjectAction & Adventure, History
Trim Size5 1/8 x 7 13/16
Page Count224



San Francisco Book Club - Miriam, Age 10

"I thought this book was a fascinating story of fantasy mixed with history. I also liked the way the plot was done and how everything turned out all right in the end, but just barely. I really like the cast of characters, because they were smart and intelligent and worked together like a team." - San Francisco Book Club

May 28, 2014

The Historical Novels Review, Historical Novel Society - Jo Ann Butler

"Jo Macauley presents young readers with an entertaining series in Secrets & Spies. . . .[the] fast-moving series is a great (and non-graphic) way to introduce young readers to this period in English history." - The Historical Novels Review, Historical Novel Society

November 1, 2014

Library Media Connection - Allison Bernstein, Educational Materials Reviewer, Cortlandt Manor, New York

"The storylines will keep readers interested, and the historical setting and facts will make the stories come to life. Recommended." - Library Media Connection

January 1, 2015