Glen Rowan


Set in the rugged beauty of the Scottish Highlands, with the famous Loch Ness in the North of the mighty ‘Great Glen’, and Ben Nevis the highest mountain of the British Isles, at the other end, this is a story of the author’s ancestors during the 18th century. Get your copy of the book on…


Many who read this story are here today because their ancestors survived during these harsh times. In this book, we meet the spirited Sarah; her courageous brother Ian Og; their uncle Angus, an illegal whisky distiller; their cousin Alistair Glic, a courier for the rebel army of Jacobites; ‘The Frenchman’, a double agent; MacCannie and his sons, trouble-making cattle rustlers; Granny Morag, a wise old healer who holds the family together, and many more interesting characters.

Their adventures, romances, dramas, feuds and battles are woven together to show how they struggled and survived at the time of the Jacobite rebellion which was an attempt to install Bonnie Prince Charlie as the rightful King of Scotland and England and to topple King George ll. While historical background
events are accurate, the rest of the book is a work of fiction based on stories handed down the generations and the writer’s own thoughts after 20 years of research.

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