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The Scottish prisoner : a novel / Diana Gabaldon.

Gabaldon, Diana. (Author).
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  • 2 of 2 copies available at Evergreen Indiana.

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Brazil PL - Brazil GABALDON (Text) 38160100003027 Second Floor, Fiction Available -
Waterloo-Grant Twp PL - Waterloo F GAB (Text) 30090000716733 Fiction Available -

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  • ISBN: 9780385337526
  • Physical Description: xviii, 534 pages ; 22 cm.
  • Publisher: New York : Bantam Books , [2012]

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London, 1760. For Jamie Fraser, paroled prisoner-of-war in the remote Lake District, life could be worse: He's not cutting sugar cane in the West Indies, and he's close enough to the son he cannot claim as his own. But Jamie Fraser's quiet existence is coming apart at the seams, interrupted first by dreams of his lost wife, then by the appearance of Tobias Quinn, an erstwhile comrade from the Rising. Like many of the Jacobites who aren't dead or in prison, Quinn still lives and breathes for the Cause. His latest plan involves an ancient relic that will rally the Irish. Jamie is having none of it - he's sworn off politics, fighting, and war. Until Lord John Grey shows up with a summons that will take him away from everything he loves - again. Lord John Grey - aristocrat, soldier, and occasional spy - finds himself in possession of a packet of explosive documents that exposes a damning case of corruption against a British officer. But they also hint at a more insidious danger. Time is of the essence as the investigation leads to Ireland, with a baffling message left in 'Erse,' the tongue favored by Scottish Highlanders. Lord John recognizes the language all too well from his time as governor of Ardsmuir Prison, when it was full of Jacobite prisoners, including a certain Jamie Fraser. Soon Lord John and Jamie are unwilling companions on the road to Ireland, a country whose dark castles hold dreadful secrets, and whose bogs hide the bones of the dead.
Subject: Seven Years' War, 1756-1763 > Fiction.
Genre: Historical fiction.
Mystery fiction.

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