INSURRECTION (Book 1 of the Insurrection Trilogy)
THESE ARE DAYS OF WAR.
The King of Scotland is dead. The nobles fight over the succession, unaware that King Edward of England has plans of his own. For years, Edward has nurtured a fierce vision of conquest, inspired by the words of an ancient prophecy, that will change the face of Britain forever.
In this divided land, a boy grows to manhood, his family torn apart by ambition and betrayal. The path he takes will never be smooth – he will serve his enemy and betray his friends before he finds himself. But destiny is waiting to claim him.
His name is Robert Bruce. And his story begins in INSURRECTION.
“THE FIGHTS ARE SENSATIONAL.” Daily Telegraph
RENEGADE (Book 2 of the Insurrection Trilogy)
BORN TO A LINE OF KINGS, HE WILL NOT BOW TO A CONQUEROR.
King Edward of England marches on Scotland, bent on conquest.
Only one man stands in his way.
Robert Bruce is determined to claim the throne of Scotland himself. But there are other families who hunger for the crown, old rivals gathered against him.
Robert was always prepared to die on the battlefield, but in this deadly game of power, conspiracy and divided loyalties, what else must he sacrifice to keep his hopes alive?
“A GLORIOUS, BLOODY, PASSIONATE HISTORY.” Manda Scott
KINGDOM (Book 3 of the Insurrection Trilogy)
TWO NATIONS, ONE DESTINY.
Robert has achieved his great ambition to be crowned King of Scotland, but now Edward of England marches north, under the feared dragon banner, determined to destroy him.
The English are not Robert’s only enemies. By murdering his rival, John Comyn, Robert has split the kingdom apart. Forced to flee into the wilderness, treachery and heartbreak at every turn, Robert must try slowly, surely, to regain the respect of a nation.
Fighting from the mountains and the remote Western Isles, with the support of a few brave men and the alluring Christiana, Robert drives towards the place where he will meet the English king and decide the future of Scotland, in an epic confrontation near the village of Bannockburn.
‘ONE OF THE MOST EXCITING STORIES OF MEDIEVAL EUROPE TO EMERGE IN THE LAST FORTY YEARS.’ Books Monthly