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Survival of the Blood
by Beth Bristow


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Charles Stuart came to Scotland seeking support to dethrone England's King George II and replace him with his father, James Stuart. If the Highlanders will join his uprising, his promise to them is freedom from English tyranny, as well as guns, artillery and provisions for the battle.  Read more...


 
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Charles Stuart came to Scotland seeking support to dethrone England's King George II and replace him with his father, James Stuart. If the Highlanders will join his uprising, his promise to them is freedom from English tyranny, as well as guns, artillery and provisions for the battle. However, when the Battle of Culloden began, weary Highlanders had no weapons or food. They faced the King's British Army who were trained, armed and ready for battle. Those Highlanders who were not killed were taken prisoner.

Janet Cameron's husband Ewan, captured by British soldiers has died. Janet, unaware of his death, desperately searches for him. Barely escaping capture themselves, Janet and her six-year old nephew, Daniel Cameron, must return to the ruins of their Highland home where the family's inheritance is hidden.

Janet fears Daniel is the last surviving male of the Highland Cameron Clan. Their trip will be a perilous one as the King's son, The Duke of Cumberland, called "The Butcher" has given orders to find and kill all Highlanders. Thousands of the King's soldiers, determined to find and capture Charles Edward Stuart, are searching the Highlands. Janet must return home to uncover what is rightfully hers in order to survive and protect the dying Cameron Highlander line.



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  • ISBN-13: 9781480821439
  • ISBN-10: 1480821438
  • Publisher: Archway Publishing
  • Publish Date: October 2015
  • Page Count: 388
  • Dimensions: 9 x 6 x 0.86 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.25 pounds


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