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  • Great read.

    History at it's best, captivating from the first words and till the end. I searched the history of those times, Mr. Craney did an excellent job to stick to the recored facts.

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  • The Spider and the Stone

    This was the first book I read about Scottish history...tough to read but definitely worth it. Looking forward to the next one!

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  • The Spider and the Stone

    A very good historical embelished story . Found it set the scene nicely and had to keep reading. Wars and relationships intertwined. Recommended reading.

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  • A good read

    A riveting tale which keeps you interested from start to finish and brings the historical characters we Scots know so well to life with a different take on the historical events

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  • Black Douglas

    This is an intriguing retelling of the Bruce years in Scotland with a strong focus on the Black Douglas. To me, the quintessential telling of this tale is the Bruce trilogy by Nigel Tranter, but this is a very close second and is more succinct. The Bannockburn battle is very well conveyed in both accounts. I liked the special focus on Black Douglas and the critical role he may have played.

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