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Catriona by Robert Louis Stevenson
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Written in 1893, Catriona is the sequel to the highland adventure Kidnapped. Again it follows the young David Balfour, and picks up from the last novel with David trying to secure safe passage to France for his companion Alan Breck Stewart, and to clear both their names of the murder of Colin Campbell of Glenure the ‘Red Fox’. The political complexities surrounding the murder of the Red Fox become very clear to David after he speaks with the advocate Prestongrange, in an atmospheric and evocatively described old Edinburgh. His life is in danger again and he knows not who to trust for fear of the implications for himself and others, apart from Catriona, the daughter of James of the Glens, whom he falls for at first sight. Part Adventure, part romance Catriona keeps you gripped in a tale that you won’t want to end, and portrays a wonderful image of how old Edinburgh and the surrounding area must have looked in the 1750’s.
Soft Editions; May 2002
340 pages; ISBN 9781843500209
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Title: Catriona
Author: Robert Louis Stevenson
 
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