Balnamoon: The Rebel Laird

Angus, John

Editorial: Invermark Books, 2006
ISBN 10: 0955420105 / ISBN 13: 9780955420108
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p/b 264 pages, condition is very good, minor edge wear. After defeat at the Battle of Culloden, James Carnegy of Balnamoon is now a hunted man. Dismissing the chance of a ship to France and safety he chooses to remain in Scotland, but the stakes are high. Lying low in Glen Esk, close to his family home, he is made welcome by the people but word of his presence reaches the ear of the local Minister who calls in the Argyll Highlanders, Campbells, to hunt him down. With only his wits and the loyalty of his friends in the glen to rely on, it can only be a matter of time before he is cornered. His life is on the line and his pursuers are closing in. Firmly based on historical fact and the true events that shaped this little-known episode from Scotland s history, John Angus brings the tale of The Rebel Laird to life with a cast of well-drawn characters and a great sense of place, portraying how even the quietest corners of the country were affected in the aftermath of the rebellion. The use of Scots dialogue adds humour, colour and warmth to the narrative and evokes a strong sense of time and place, as we are taken into the lives of the people of the glen and also the mindset of the unique individual that was James Carnegy of Balnamoon Bonnymune in Scots. N° de ref. de la librería

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Título: Balnamoon: The Rebel Laird
Editorial: Invermark Books
Año de publicación: 2006
Encuadernación: Perfect Paperback
Condición del libro: Very Good

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Angus, John
Editorial: Invermark Books, UK (2006)
ISBN 10: 0955420105 ISBN 13: 9780955420108
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Descripción Invermark Books, UK, 2006. Soft cover. Estado de conservación: Very Good. p/b 264 pages, condition is very good, minor edge wear. After defeat at the Battle of Culloden, James Carnegy of Balnamoon is now a hunted man. Dismissing the chance of a ship to France and safety he chooses to remain in Scotland, but the stakes are high. Lying low in Glen Esk, close to his family home, he is made welcome by the people but word of his presence reaches the ear of the local Minister who calls in the Argyll Highlanders, Campbells, to hunt him down. With only his wits and the loyalty of his friends in the glen to rely on, it can only be a matter of time before he is cornered. His life is on the line and his pursuers are closing in. Firmly based on historical fact and the true events that shaped this little-known episode from Scotland s history, John Angus brings the tale of The Rebel Laird to life with a cast of well-drawn characters and a great sense of place, portraying how even the quietest corners of the country were affected in the aftermath of the rebellion. The use of Scots dialogue adds humour, colour and warmth to the narrative and evokes a strong sense of time and place, as we are taken into the lives of the people of the glen and also the mindset of the unique individual that was James Carnegy of Balnamoon Bonnymune in Scots. Nº de ref. de la librería 061962

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