In this extensively researched Revolutionary War historical fiction novel, award-winning author and lawyer Stephen Yoch presents the thrilling story of America's most notorious traitor.
Benedict Arnold was one of America's greatest heroes and perhaps the best tactical general of the Revolution. Arnold was totally committed to the Cause. Indisputably brave, he won pivotal battles against British forces that saved the Revolution. Yet, horrible wounds, a loyalist bride, and nasty political infighting all drove him into the welcoming arms of the British.
This first-person account explains why Arnold chose treason and betrayal over a country he once loved.
Stephen Yoch's award-winning debut novel, Becoming George Washington, has sold over ten thousand copies. Returning fans will love Yoch's masterful presentation of true, but little-known stories from American history.
is an award-winning historical fiction author who was named a 2016 Literati by the St. Paul Landmark Center and a Finalist for the 2016 Next Generation Indie Book Awards. Yoch graduated with honors from Boston College and the University of Minnesota Law School. He has enjoyed over three decades of practicing law in the Twin Cities. He and his two adult children enjoy supporting the Minnesota Aurora, a women's soccer team founded by his wife and other community leaders.