by Deborah Alcock
Gaspard, a French Huguenot boy, was taken in by a group of out-laws, smugglars of salt. After several adventures he met the famous Huguenot pastor, Claude Brousson. Then the main story begins. Skillfully the author, in her last novel, intertwined the historical facts about Brousson with the fictional account of Gaspard and Tardiff.