Turn of the Tide

Old rivalries - new friendships – dangerous decisions. Set in 16th Century Scotland, Munro owes allegiance to the Cunninghames and to the Earl of Glencairn. Trapped in the 150-year-old feud between the Cunninghames and the Montgomeries, he escapes the bloody aftermath of an ambush, but he cannot escape the disdain of the wife he sought to protect, or his own internal conflict. He battles with his conscience and with divided loyalties - to age-old obligations, to his wife and children, and, most dangerous of all, to a growing friendship with the rival Montgomerie clan. Intervening to diffuse a quarrel that flares between a Cunninghame cousin and Hugh Montgomerie, he succeeds only in antagonizing William, the arrogant and vicious Cunninghame heir. And antagonizing William is a dangerous game to play…
Year: 
ISBN: 
9 781909 305069
Age Groups: 
Teens, Adults Return to Margaret Skea's profile
Category: 
Fiction
Theme: 
History, Scotland, Scottish Highlands and Islands, Scottish History
Language: 
English