The Massacre of Glencoe happened at 5am on 13th February 1692 when thirty-eight members of the Macdonald clan were killed by soldiers who had enjoyed the clan's hospitality for the previous ten days. Fifty miles to the south Corrag is condemned for her involvement in the Massacre. She is imprisoned, accused of witchcraft and murder, and awaits her death. The era of witch-hunts is coming to an end - but Charles Leslie, an Irish propagandist and Jacobite, hears of the Massacre and, keen to publicise it, comes to the tollbooth to question her.
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Review: CorragUser Review - Julie Daines - Goodreads
This book is an historical fiction about the massacre of the MacDonald clan in Glencoe near the end of the 17th century. I've always been fascinated by that event, and I've been to many of the places ... Read full review
Review: CorragUser Review - Meg - Goodreads
Wonder and weep. Epic tale of the infinite beauty of nature,cruelty of intolerance, and redemption of love. Corrag's yarn weaves a tableau that vividly depicts the harsh grandeur of the Highlands of ... Read full review