Rebel's Keep

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Brothers Duncan and Angus team up again to stand for the Covenanter's cause and fight the king's injustice. Will they be forced to flee to America, leaving behind their beloved homeland? Or will they save the home and land they love? The Crown & Covenant series follows the lives of the M'Kethe family as they endure persecution in 17th-century Scotland. Douglas Bond weaves together fictional characters with historical figures from Scottish Covenanting history.

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Overview

Brothers Duncan and Angus team up again to stand for the Covenanter's cause and fight the king's injustice. Will they be forced to flee to America, leaving behind their beloved homeland? Or will they save the home and land they love? The Crown & Covenant series follows the lives of the M'Kethe family as they endure persecution in 17th-century Scotland. Douglas Bond weaves together fictional characters with historical figures from Scottish Covenanting history.

In Scotland in 1679, the beleagured Covenanters continue to endure religious persecution at the hands of King Charles II, and Angus M'Kethe and his family begin to think of leaving their country.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780875527444
  • Publisher: P&R Publishing
  • Publication date: 1/1/2005
  • Series: Crown and Covenant Series , #3
  • Pages: 285
  • Sales rank: 802,231
  • Age range: 10 - 14 Years
  • Product dimensions: 5.30 (w) x 8.40 (h) x 0.90 (d)

Table of Contents

1 Midnight Awakening 1
2 Treason 11
3 Belated Burial 17
4 Stand or Fight? 23
5 Cat and Mouse 29
6 Hit the Mark 37
7 Apprehending Rebels 49
8 Rebel Caught! 55
9 The King Who Lied 63
10 House Divided 69
11 Battle at the Brig! 75
12 Martyr 83
13 Woe 95
14 Whoa! 101
15 Carrion Passing 107
16 The Lion 115
17 The Charge 121
18 The Lion Roars 131
19 Dead or Alive 139
20 Blood at Airds Moss 147
21 Body Count 159
22 Head, Hands, and Heart 169
23 Fire and Flight 173
24 Safety 181
25 Roast Lamb 193
26 Renwick Rising 197
27 Dead King 201
28 They're Upon Us! 205
29 Dogs! 211
30 Great Risks 217
31 Cornered! 221
32 In the Keep 225
33 The Plan 233
34 The Gallows 241
35 Kill or Let Hang 247
36 Bitter Rescue 253
37 Audience with the King 259
38 Voyage of Good Hope 263
A Word about the History and Characters 269
Glossary of Scottish Terms 273
Timeline of Scottish Covenanting History 275
Acknowledgments 277
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