As High as the Heavens: A Novel

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Baker Publishing Group, Jan 1, 2008 - Fiction
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It is 1568 and Mary, Queen of Scots, is imprisoned in Lochleven Castle. But her supporters, including noblewoman Heather Gordon, are planning a rescue. Heather travels to a cottage in the frigid Highlands to teach a simple man--who just happens to resemble someone with access to Lochleven--how to act the part of a nobleman in order to gain entry to the castle. But in the close quarters of the cottage there is more stirring than political rebellion.
A suspenseful story of deceit and betrayal, love and secrets, As High as the Heavens will capture readers' hearts.

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User Review  - Paul Redding - Christianbook.com

I'm disappointed to see this book listed on Christianbook.com. Its content is so saturated in sexuality, in my opinion it qualifies as written pornography for women. If there is a woman who can read ... Read full review

User Review  - Kathleen McLeod - Christianbook.com

THis book was so good! Living in Scotland myself, I was impressed by her descriptions and customs of out people. The story was captivating and I didn't want to put it down. Once again, I take my hat off to Mrs. Kathleen Morgan for delivering such a delightful read. Read full review

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About the author (2008)

Kathleen Morgan is the author of the bestselling Brides of Culdee Creek series as well as Child of the Mist, Wings of Morning, and A Fire Within, all part of her newest series, These Highland Hills.

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