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The Jacobite Trilogy: "Flight of the Heron", "Gleam in the North" and…

by D.K. Broster

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The Flight of the Heron is my favourite book of all time, the one I would save from a burning house, my Fahrenheit 451 book. It's about a Highlander and an English Redcoat on opposite sides during the Jacobite Rising of 1745 and the deep friendship which develops between them. It's romantic, adventurous and poignant and I've read it more time than I can count. The other books in this series are also terrific stories and The Dark Mile is both a spy mystery and the most wonderful love story. ( )
1 vote MaggieCraig | Nov 5, 2011 |
Very detailed story of the Cameron of Locheil's role in the Jacobite uprising. Story taken from Archibald Cameron's personal papers. Archibald Cameron direct relative, patenal relative of Great Grand mother Jessie Cameron.
Story is long, detailed in a historical fashion. ( )
  binker57 | Sep 7, 2011 |
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