The Jacobites' Apprentice (Paperback)
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The Jacobites' Apprentice (Paperback)

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1744, and the whole country is threatened once again by civil war as the exiled Stuarts attempt to recover their lost throne. Their Manchester supporters will use any means to raise support and finance for the Jacobite Cause. But those loyal to the current monarchy are equally determined to stop them. As the opposing forces gather, and the threat of civil war becomes a reality, the fates of both sides will lie in the hands of one man - Aran Owen - who must choose between loyalty to the family who have raised him and his burning ambition to become a renowned artist. The finale will be played out on the ramparts of Carlisle Castle in the winter of 1745. Hopes of a Stuart Restoration are dashed - and Aran finally discovers who are the Rogues and who the Righteous within the complex web of his relationships.

Publisher: SilverWood Books Ltd
ISBN: 9781781320099
Number of pages: 638
Weight: 924 g
Dimensions: 229 x 152 x 35 mm

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“A fine tale of lust and power”

This is a vivid and gripping, no-holds-barred account of how free-wheeling, grasping Manchester society was convulsed by the events of the Jacobite rebellion of 1745 which, in the best traditions of the historical... More

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“Here's the Synopsis”

Good story. Not sure why there's no synopsis but here's the one provided on the cover...
1744, and the whole country is threatened once again by civil war as the exiled Stuarts attempt to recover their lost... More

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