The Bones of Scotland Bonnie Zarling

ISBN: 9781589391574

Published: February 15th 2002


384 pages


The Bones of Scotland  by  Bonnie Zarling

The Bones of Scotland by Bonnie Zarling
February 15th 2002 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, RTF | 384 pages | ISBN: 9781589391574 | 7.63 Mb

Read The Bones of Scotland and feel the warm Highland sun on your face, the playfulness in a simple act of healing, and the coppery-blood taste of satisfaction that comes with revenge of a wrong. In the Highlands of Scotland, circa 1697, travel with Mary MacNab Lamont, High Priestess to the Gaelic goddess Brigit (Bride in Scotland), as she wanders the hills healing, fighting, and stealing the heart of the son of the MacFarlane Clan Chief. Mary and the irascible Lady she serves keep the Old Ways alive in the Catholic highlands. This book has a vivid richness similar to novels from best selling authors like Katherine Kurtz (The Deryni series), Diane Galbaldan (Outlander) and Jane Aul (Clan of the Cave Bear).

Learn what it was like to truly live in those times, from the point of view of a protagonist who has lived in the highlands her entire life.

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