The Secret Of Richmond Manor
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In this story (The Secret of Richmond Manor), Leah and her Uncle Silas live in Virginia. Her Uncle has been sick and she has been trying to take care of him. While they are there, soldiers escape from a prison and Leah makes a frenemie. They let him stay, but Leah and her Uncle are in danger.
Jeff (Leah's friend) and two of his friends from the army came to visit Leah and her Uncle. While they came to visit, Leah made them Fried chicken, pork chops, mash potatoes, rolls, poke sallet, vegetables, and cake. They actually came to tell Leah about the war, and the enemy soldiers that escaped.
Leah was going to bed when she kept hearing strange noises that she kept hearing for a couple days. The next morning, when Leah was making food, she noticed that a lot of her food was gone. The next night, she searched around the house to see if someone was stealing her food. She found someone, someone that would put her and her uncle in danger.
Leah found the person that was stealing her food at night, It was an enemy soldier! She noticed that he looked very sick, and she knew that she had to help him somehow. If she did help him though, her and her uncle would be in big trouble if anyone found out that they were helping an enemy soldier.
Leah decided that she was going to keep the enemy soldier (Ezra) in her barn. She told him that she would only let him stay until he felt better. Every day, Leah brought food to Ezra so that he could get his strength back so he could leave. Eventually someone finds Ezra and Leah is very worried.
Jeff and Uncle Silas find Ezra but they decided that they would help him get back. They made a plan to take Ezra back since he was feeling better. In the process, Leah's neighbor (who knows everyone) sees Ezra and notices that she has never seen him before. She sends soldiers to search the place where they are going. Jeff helped them and swarmed off the soldiers. They decided to keep Ezra and they would give him a job and help him live a normal life. They lived Happily Ever After!
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