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Rebel's Keep by Douglas Bond

Rebel's Keep

by Douglas Bond

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Angus M'Kethe lay on the chaff-filled contours of his bed vigorously working the muscles of his face in a series of silent contortions.
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1. Midnight Awakening

2. Treason

3. Belated Burial

4. Stand or fight?

5. Cat and mouse

6. Hit the mark

7. Apprehending rebels

8. Rebels caught!

9. The king who lied

10. House divided

11. Battle at the brig!

12. Martyr

13. Woe

14. Whoe!

15. Carrion passing

16. The Lion

17. The charge

18. The Lion roars

19. Dead or alive

20. Blood at Airds Moss

21. Body count

22. Head, hands, and heart

23. Fire adn flight

24. Safety

25. Roast lamb

26. Renwick Rising

27. Dead king

28. They're upon us!

29. Dogs!

30. Great risks

31. Cornered!

32. In the Keep

33. The plan

34. The gallows

35. Kill or let hang

36. Bitter rescue

37. Audience with the king

38. Voyage of Good Hope

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0875527442, Paperback)

The third volume concludes the Crown & Covenant series with a new, high-intensity adventure. Set in 17th century Scotland, in the midst of the brutal persecutions of King Charles II of England, Rebel's Keep picks up the historical thread just before the devastating defeat of the Covenanters at Bothwell Brig in 1679. Brothers Duncan and Angus team up again to stand for the Covenanter’s cause and fight the king’s injustice. Forced finally to flee to America, they must leave behind their beloved homeland.

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In Scotland in 1679, the beleagured Covenanters continue to endure religious persecution at the hands of King Charles II, and Angus M'Kethe and his family begin to think of leaving their country.

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