For Liberty & Conscience #1
A Novel of the Regulator Uprising
It's 1771, and Robert Boothe has spent the last four years leading the tyrant-hating Regulators in standing against North Carolina’s corrupt British government. All he wants is a safe place for his family and church to live and worship in freedom. But the established church wants him to shut up. The governor’s men want him dead. Colonel Charles Drake is on Robert’s trail, and that safe place is farther and farther away. You can run, but you can’t hide . . .
"Intense, delightful, raw, and emotional, Preacher on the Run is definitely on my TRA (to read again) list." ~ Madi @ Madi’s Musings
"Baas masterfully blends history with fictional drama in this thrilling page turner that will keep you on the edge of your seat! A story of faith and the fight for religious freedom, Preacher on the Run is a novel for children and adults alike, and will leave you hungry for more." ~ M. E., Michigan
"If you're a fan of historical/Revolutionary (or pre-Revolutionary) fiction, you'll definitely find it worthwhile to pick this book up." ~ Michaela @ Tangled Up In Writing
"This book has earned its place in my 'books to study' category to become a better writer. . . . It's an excellent read and a must for all homeschoolers, North Carolinians, Revolution-Buffs and Baptists! Buy this book!" ~ Ryana Lynn @ Life of Heritage, North Carolina Regulator descendant