Duncan's War (Crown & Covenant Book 1)
Duncan and his family are among those who worship the true Christ, and they have fled to the hills to live as exiles. Duncan is growing bitter towards the enemy, and he is convinced that they should fight. When it is time to stand up for what they believe, Duncan gets his share of adventure and reacts with surprising courage.
These works of historical fiction follow the M'Kethe family in Scotland. It is the 17th century, and persecution abounds towards those who refuse to recognize King Charles II as head of the Church. The author, Douglas Bound, weaves together fictional characters with historical figures from Scottish Covenanting history to create these high-intensity adventures. The three books are written with some Scottish terms intermixed, but a glossary of those terms are provided at the back of the book. There is also a detailed timeline of Scottish Covenanting history provided at the end of the books. A map showing all the important events is also displayed at the beginning of each book. - elise