This text is an illustrated story of Scotland's hero-king and freedom-fighter. The text follows the life of Robert the Bruce from boyhood onwards, with a blow-by-blow account of how he led the Scots to their victory at Bannockburn, against all the odds.
|Title||On the Trail of Robert the Bruce|
|Author||David R. Ross|
|Author Bio||David Ross lives in East Kilbride. A keen motorcyclist and amateur historian, for years he has spent every free moment visiting historic sites, battlefields and castles, travelling everywhere by bike. He has immersed himself in finding out as much as he can about the great Scottish heroes, and filling the rest of us in on them!|
|Reviews||There's nothing musty or dusty about Ross's historical accounts. He writes with an immediacy, a dynamism, that makes his objects come alive on the page. THE COURIER AND ADVERTISER, 30 June1999|
|BIC Subject||Local history|
|BISAC Subject||BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY / Historical|