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The Stuart Agenda
     

The Stuart Agenda

by Alan Calder
 

Scotland is on the way to independence. What if the royal bloodline of the Stuarts had survived and one of their heirs mounted a claim to the Scottish throne? The Stuart Agenda describes a conspiracy to get, Robert, Scion of that family, back onto the throne of an independent Scotland, displacing the Hanoverians who took the British throne from his family in the

Overview

Scotland is on the way to independence. What if the royal bloodline of the Stuarts had survived and one of their heirs mounted a claim to the Scottish throne? The Stuart Agenda describes a conspiracy to get, Robert, Scion of that family, back onto the throne of an independent Scotland, displacing the Hanoverians who took the British throne from his family in the seventeenth century. The plot is hatched by his family who secretly build the return of a Stuart monarchy into the manifesto of a new Scottish Independence Party. The conspiracy is eventually discovered by the secret service who harass the young pretender. The tables are turned when he becomes rugby captain of Scotland and meets and falls in love with the gorgeous Princess Victoria, the team's patron and second-in-line to the British throne. The dynastic compromise of their marriage gets him onside with the British establishment except for hard-line elements within the security services and his own family. As the political process looks like delivering a good result, can he overcome the final obstacles to achieving his life's ambition?

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781468055900
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
12/08/2011
Pages:
256
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.54(d)

Meet the Author

Alan was born in Wick in the far North of Scotland and gained a Chemistry PhD at Aberdeen University before a career in Research and Development with ICI and Zeneca. He took up the pen in early retirement and enjoys writing contemporary thrillers with their roots in history, as well as poetry. He lives with his wife in Yorkshire, England near his grown up family. Summers are spent in Scotland, writing, fishing and doing heritage projects.

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