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About meI love to read. I guess my library, as I add on more and more, will tell you more about what I read than that of a few sentences here.

About my libraryI have many books to add, but will only add a few at a time.

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John, many thanks for your insightful and considered review. You are clearly someone who has an interest in this period of history, and I am greatly heartened that you were able to connect with my wish-fulfilled version of events.
As you know, the failure of the ‘45 left a legacy in the Highlands which scars the area to this day.
What if the Jacobites had won? How would this have affected subsequent events in Britain and in the wider world? These are a few of the great unanswered questions of history.
Thank you once again for your positive and encouraging comments.
Best wishes,
Bob Atkinson.
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