"Flames of My Truth" is the true story of Janet Douglas, Lady Glamis, and her second husband, Archibald Campbell, Keeper of Skipness. They were star-crossed lovers in arranged, loveless marriages, until Lord Glamis died and Lady Campbell divorced to marry a lover. Janet and Archibald were wed at last only to fall victim to King James's revenge against the Douglases. Janet was a woman of extraordinary beauty, the stalwart granddaughter of Archibald Douglas, powerful nobleman known as Bell the Cat, Earl Angus. Archibald Campbell was the brother of Colin Campbell, Earl Argyll, a man of core values, lieutenant of the King's Third Army. A story of true love destroyed by revenge and betrayal. In the end, the couple faced a decision, to expose the true heir to the crown, put Scotland in political peril, or accept their own martyrdom, keeping silent. Lady Glamis was executed for crimes she did not commit. Archibald Campbell's trial was cancelled; he was murdered by Maclean in a rage of Highland revenge.