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Review: Caledon by Virginia Crow

I'm thrilled to welcome historical fiction & fantasy author, Virginia Crow , to Ruins & Reading! Today, I'm sharing my review of her latest novel, Caledon , an adventure with supernatural elements set in the aftermath of the battle of Culloden.  Caledon is currently on blog tour with The Coffee Pot Book Club . Make sure to check out all the other fabulous tour stops here . Caledon Caledon, Book #1 Virginia Crow When I had the opportunity to review a novel set right after the tragic battle at Drumossie Moor, near Culloden, Scotland, I jumped at the chance. I find the era of the Jacobite rebellions fascinating, not only for their cause, but also for the personal squabbles that led to the collapse of the ’45 rebellion. The Catholic Highland Clans were persecuted, with many incarcerated, hanged, or – if they were lucky – fleeing. As was young James Og, who escaped slightly injured from the messy carnage of Drumossie Moor. He flees to what he considers the safety of his co

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