The Gleam in the North

The Gleam in the North

eBook - 2016
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Set during the 1745 Jacobite uprising under Bonnie Prince Charlie, D. K. Broster's The Gleam of the North is the second of the Jacobite Trilogy. It follows on from the first instalment, in which the intersecting fortunes of two men, who at first glance seem almost complete opposites, are at the centre of the story. Ewen Cameron, a young Highland laird in the service of the Prince, is dashing, sincere, and idealistic, while Major Keith Windham, a professional soldier in the opposing English army, is cynical, world-weary, and profoundly lonely. When a second-sighted Highlander tells Ewen that the flight of a heron will lead to five meetings with an Englishman who is fated both to do him a great service and to cause him great grief, Ewen refuses to believe it. But as Bonnie Prince Charlie's ill-fated campaign winds to its bitter end, the prophecy is proven true-and through many dangers and trials, Ewen and Keith find that they have one thing indisputably in common: both of them are willing to sacrifice everything for honour's sake...Adapted for BBC Radio in 1960, this is an unmissable read to complete your collection!
Publisher: [United States] : Pickle Partners Publishing : Made available through hoopla, 2016.
ISBN: 9781787202009
Branch Call Number: eBook hoopla
Characteristics: 1 online resource
Additional Contributors: Evans, Nora
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