‘A Witness to Conflict’ By P.J. Roscoe

We follow the good fortune of a young, destitute lad, who survives the horrors of living on the streets, and through the kindness of a stranger, is brought to a tavern of a particular reputation, where the young boy is a witness to the uprising of the clans against the English. Set during the rebellion of the clans in the months leading up to the fateful battle at Culloden in 1746.

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