The Wolves of Andover (Large Print) : In the harsh wilderness of colonial Massachusetts, Martha Allen is forced to take work as a servant in her cousin's home. At nineteen, practically a spinster, Martha locks will with everyone - including Thomas Carrier, the tall and resolutely silent hired worker whose stubborn independence matches her own. There are whispers about Thomas's mysterious past and what role he may have played in the English Civil War. As Martha comes to know him, she discovers a companion in whom she can confide the dark secrets of her youth. But danger lurks both near and far. In London, King Charles II is conspiring to assemble a band of assassins to kill the man suspected of executing his father. Before long, they will arrive in New England. And at home, wolves - in many forms - are hungry for blood. When Thomas reveals to Martha that he was a soldier in England, she realizes his secret will place her, and her loved ones, in danger. . . . Both a love story and a tale of courage and independence, The Wolves of Andover confirms Kathleen Kent's ability to craft powerful, dramatic tales from America's earliest days.