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The Devil''s Breed by George Smith

The Devil''s Breed

by George Smith

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 019140196X, Mass Market Paperback)

The Glencannons--A family like no other... They came out of the myths and the legends of the Highlands, the brawling, wenching Glencannons. In battle and boudoir, from Edinburgh to India, from London drawing rooms to the dark caves of the Hellfire Club, from the Tower of London to the gallows and the headsman's block, the Glencannons followed their destiny--gold, glory and the kisses of fair women. They came to the New World as indentured servants, scattered to every corner of the Colonies by the winds of fate and fortune. But Glencannon ties were strong and their passions deep. And soon they emerged once again as leaders of men allied with women whose daring and desire equaled their own. And once more they find their fates inextricably intertwined in love, war, pain and triumph.

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