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What's Mine's Mine - The Highlander's Last Song - cover

What's Mine's Mine - The Highlander's Last Song

George MacDonald

Publisher: Musaicum Books

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"What's Mine's Mine" is a novel set in the wilds of Scottish Highlands in the middle of the 19th century that captures one of the most important periods of Scottish history – the crumbling of the clans and the migrations of the impoverished clansmen and farmers as their homeland is bought out from under them by the rich and mercenary landowners from the south. Among those ambitious and gain-seeking men is the protagonist of this novel Peregrine Palmer, who has just moved with his family to the Highland Region…

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