My Truth Lies in the Ruins is a true story filled with adventure, romance and intrigue set among colorful landscapes of breath taking scenery: medieval castles, treacherous moats and wild lands of mist covered moors. These were the dangerous and unsettled times that followed the death of King Alexander in Scotland. Lord Douglas and his lady were in love, at peace raising their family in the Lowlan...
Series: Douglas Trilogy
Paperback: 544 pages
Publisher: AuthorHouse (June 21, 2004)
Product Dimensions: 6 x 1.4 x 9 inches
Amazon Rank: 4051599
Format: PDF ePub Text TXT fb2 book
- Deborah Richmond Foulkes pdf
- Deborah Richmond Foulkes books
- English pdf
- Literature and Fiction pdf ebooks
- 1418412880 pdf
Read Geektastic stories from the nerd herd ebook bigobkinaslab.wordpress.com Hazmat rill ieas Ashley eor Read Comfortably numb the inside story of pink floyd ebook birecmushimen.wordpress.com Redemption manual 50 book 3 operating sovereign volume 3 Here Circus o the amne pdf link
This is a majestic novel of sweep and power drawing the reader into the events of an epic period of Scotland's history---the struggle for Scottish independence. It also shares with us the intimacy of a passionately-felt love story. The writing flows ...
Douglasdale when King Edward invaded Scotland in 1296. William le Hardi Douglas was a Crusader Knight, soldier of renown; a man of core values. Equally bold in love as well as war, he kidnapped his bride from Fa'side Castle and Edward's grasp. Le Hardi adhered to his truth, meeting death in the Tower of London for rebellion with William Wallace. His stalwart wife Eleanora of Lovaine was a modern woman living in the 13th century. Lady Douglas bore the brunt of her husband's patriotism. Reduced to poverty by Edward for William's martyred stand, she fought back; keeping her family together as they continued their fight for Scotland's National Independence. She raised three surviving sons: Hugh, Canonic Glasgow Cathedral, Archibald the Regent and Scotland's beloved knight the Good Sir James, the Black Douglas.