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Spy for the Night Riders - Introducing Martin Luther

Karl Schumacher was 15 when he came to the German city of Wittenberg in 1520 seeking an education. He had been very fortunate that the esteemed university professor, Doctor Martin Luther, had taken him into his household as a servant. Luther’s promise of tutoring Karl in exchange for his labor was the chance of a lifetime - until a poster on the church door declared his master a heretic! 

Karl is asked to travel with Doctor Luther to appear before the emperor’s Imperial Council in the city of Worms. Will his life be at stake as well as Luther’s? And who is the mysterious young lady who shadows their trip? Could she be a spy for Luther’s enemy, Doctor Eck? Or might the night riders be secret supporters of Luther? With danger lurking on every side, who can Karl trust?

©1992, 2016 Dave Jackson and Neta Jackson (P)2018 Jim Hodges

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great story. I love the history too. love when stories bring history alive and make you want to dig in on your own some more or feel like a history buff! not one of Jim Hodges best performances- must be an older performance- it's kind of echo-y- like he's reading in a cave. but after a few minutes you get pulled into the story and forget the echoeyness.