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Title Deeds

by Liza Campbell

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Liza Campbell was the last child to be born at Cawdor Castle, the family seat of the Campbells, as featured in Macbeth. Her father Hugh, the 25th Thane, inherited good looks, brains, wealth, an ancient title, three stately homes and 100,000 acres of land. TITLE DEEDS tells the story of Liza's idyllic childhood with her four siblings in Wales in the 1960s, until Hugh inherited Cawdor and moved the family up to the Scottish Highlands. Increasingly overwhelmed by his enormous responsibilities, Hugh tipped into madness fuelled by drink, drugs, and extramarital affairs. Over the years the castle was transformed into an arena of reckless profligacy and terrifying domestic violence, leading to the abrupt termination of a legacy that had been passed down through the family for six hundred years.… (more)

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