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The View From the Hill

ByElizabeth Bluehorse

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In July of 1304, Scotland found itself in the tightening grip of King Edward II of England. Central to this struggle, Stirling Castle stood in proud defiance at the headwaters of the River Forth which led deep into the highland strongholds. Throughout Scotland, names like William Wallace and Robert the Bruce found their place in the annals of time as the battle for the Red Lion Flag swept like wildfire through the hills and across the moors. As with all of history, it is often the most insignificant of lives that shine the brightest and are soon forgotten. Though unacclaimed on the written page, these shining many kindle a legacy of fire within the hearts of untold generations to come. The soul of this book was found in one such ‘small' life who stood shoulder to shoulder and raised the cry of defiance when silence would have swallowed the land. Her name was Janet Olifant.

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Publication Date
Sep 2, 2005
Language
English
ISBN
9781411681576
Category
Fiction
Copyright
All Rights Reserved - Standard Copyright License
Contributors
By (author): Elizabeth Bluehorse

Specifications

Pages
141
Binding
Paperback
Interior Color
Black & White
Dimensions
US Trade (6 x 9 in / 152 x 229 mm)

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