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Flower Of Scotland By Emma Blair

Flower Of Scotland by Emma Blair

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Summary

FLOWER OF SCOTLAND follows a family's triumphs and tragedies from the privileged lifestyle provided by a successful distillery business to the horrors of the trenches in France.

Flower Of Scotland Summary

Flower Of Scotland by Emma Blair

This is the story of a family of whisky distillers from Perthshire: Charlotte, who gets engaged to Lieutenant Geoffrey Armitage as World War I breaks out, her sister Nell who has visions, brothers Peter, and Andrew - who gambles, and cousin Wonky. Their mother is dead and father, Murdo, has a heart condition. The war takes its toll on them as the men become soldiers and the women nurses. Andrew is in Ireland and involved in the 1916 Easter uprising. When his girlfriend and her family are killed by an Irish militant, he kills the man and his family, as well as six others. Geoffrey is wounded, becomes depressed and kills himself. As the war ends, they return to Scotland a different family and now must cope with the changes that have happened and those still to come...

Flower Of Scotland Reviews

'All the tragedy and passion you could hope for. Brilliant.' - Sarah Broadhurst, THE BOOKSELLER 'The author handles her characters with a sure touch' - HISTORICAL NOVEL REVIEW

About Emma Blair

Emma Blair was born in Glasgow. She is the author of seventeen bestselling novels, including SCARLET RIBBONS with which she was shortlisted for the Romantic Novelist of the Year Award.

Additional information

GOR002111699
9780751516456
0751516457
Flower Of Scotland by Emma Blair
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Little, Brown Book Group
1998-03-02
576
Short-listed for Romantic Novelists' Association Award 1998
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