By Mary Brockway
When Oliver Cromwell’s Parliament tightens its grip on former Royalists, John FitzStephen and his son sail to America where he owns a land tract. John thinks he has left religious and political strife in England but he is wrong, for many colonists brought their bigotry to America. John hopes he can leave his love of sailing the world and begin a new life in New Haven Colony. He finds friends, and a foe, Puritan zealot, Reverend Joseph Foxe.