A fascinating story about a modern-day Easton historian whose discovery of centuries-old family secrets helps her confront a complicated mix of family, professional and romantic challenges.
–Scott L. Reda, Managing Director/Executive Producer, Lou Reda Productions
Easton at the Crossroads is a captivating and factually accurate account of the fighting on Long Island in 1776. It captures the experiences of men preparing for and experiencing battle, as well as the plight of American prisoners of war in the Revolutionary War. A thumb’s up for a work of fiction that might easily be confused with a historian’s account of the ordeal of George Washington’s soldiers.
–John Ferling, author of Apostles of Revolution: Jefferson, Paine, Monroe and the Struggle against the Old Order in America and Europe (2018)
A fitting continuation of Ms. Price Janney’s charming story lines, that weave together modern and Revolutionary War Easton. Brings to life the issues of both times – complete with a battle scene not-to-be-missed! –Richard F. Hope, Historian, Author of Easton, PA: A History
Janney’s love for American and Pennsylvania history shines through every page of Easton at the Crossroads to enrich this story of intrigue and overcoming false accusations on the journey to true freedom. This gentle read interweaves past and present to craft a story that makes you feel as if you’ve come home to Easton, even if you’ve never been there before. –Marlo Schalesky, award-winning author of Reaching for Wonder, Executive Director, Wonder Wood Ranch, Multi-published Author
Rebecca Price Janney’s Easton at the Crossroads grabs you with wonderful detail, transporting you from her heroine’s new home to a fledgling country seeking its independence. Janney has told a story of lives that parallel and is sure to satisfy both the contemporary and historical reader. –Debbie Lynne Costello, author of the #1 Amazon bestseller, Sword of Forgiveness, a medieval romance, and two other series.
Easton at the Crossroads is a fascinating and fast-paced historical novel that provides the reader with an accurate and personal view of members of Easton’s Revolutionary community. The juxtaposition of well developed local historical people with 21st Century Easton citizens provides the reader with local color and allows one to see the impact 18th Century heroes have upon their descendants.
–J. Michael Dowd, Senior Pastor, First U.C.C., Easton, PA (formerly The German Reformed Church)