Faith & Freedom Part II
Guns of the Lion, sequel to Guns of Thunder begins as Ian departs for college, his grandfather gives him a letter from Ian's Scottish cousin Gavin Crookshank. Gavin's book-long letter recounts the last two years of his life as he tries unsuccessfully to evade being pressed into King George II's military service. Much like his cousin Ian, Gavin does not view the taking of life lightly, so he faces as many internal as external battles when he is forced into the Jacobite Rebellion of 1745 in Scotland. Guns of the Lion is an exciting Highland adventure that brings an important historical event to life. 280 pages.