The Jacobite Trilogy

ebook The Flight of the Heron, The Gleam in the North & The Dark Mile

By D. K. Broster

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D. K. Broster's 'The Jacobite Trilogy' is a sweeping historical saga that delves into the turbulent period of the Jacobite uprisings in Scotland. Through the three books - 'The Flight of the Heron', 'The Gleam in the North', and 'The Dark Mile' - Broster masterfully weaves together themes of loyalty, betrayal, and sacrifice against the backdrop of political intrigue and romance. Broster's descriptive prose and attention to historical detail transport the reader to the 18th century Scottish Highlands, immersing them in a world filled with complex characters and compelling plotlines. The trilogy blends elements of adventure, romance, and political drama, making it a captivating read for fans of historical fiction. D. K. Broster, a Scottish author with a passion for history, drew inspiration from her country's rich historical heritage to create 'The Jacobite Trilogy'. Her meticulous research and vivid storytelling bring to life the struggles and triumphs of the Jacobite cause, shedding light on a lesser-known chapter of Scottish history. Broster's expertise in recreating the past shines through in the authenticity of her characters and settings, making her trilogy a must-read for history enthusiasts and fiction lovers alike. For readers seeking an immersive and engaging historical fiction series, D. K. Broster's 'The Jacobite Trilogy' is a compelling choice. With its rich historical detail, gripping plotlines, and well-developed characters, this trilogy offers a captivating glimpse into a tumultuous period in Scottish history. Broster's skillful blend of fact and fiction makes for a compelling and enlightening reading experience.
The Jacobite Trilogy