A modern day Edinburgh solicitor tracks down a document relating to Scottish identity and nationhood on the Isle of Bute. This opens up a new dimension to the nature of Scottish statehood. The author uses this as a vehicle to ask penetrating questions.
|Title||Bannockburn Years, The|
|Author Bio||William Scott was born and bred on the Isle of Bute. He holds threes degrees and has taught in many countries. After years away he has returned to his place of birth to devote himself to writing.|
|Reviews||"The story is told with such pace and imagination that it is a compulsive read." The Scotsman "A brilliant storyteller. I shall expect to see your name writ large hereafter." Nigel Tranter.|
|BIC Subject||Historical fiction|
|BISAC Subject||FICTION / Historical|