Legend of the Celtic Stone (#01 in Caledonia Series)
A millennium of Celtic kings and queens are crowned upon a legendary stone. Its theft fans the embers of freedom's fire, thrusting a young politician into a seat of power and influence - fueling his passionate quest for roots, and...
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A millennium of Celtic kings and queens are crowned upon a legendary stone. Its theft fans the embers of freedom's fire, thrusting a young politician into a seat of power and influence - fueling his passionate quest for roots, and Scotland's pursuit of independence. A sweeping epic, from Bethany
An epic saga of courage and romance in Scotland, linking a parliament member with an ancient heritage. Caledonia book 1.
An epic saga of courage and romance in Scotland thrusts a young politician into a seat of power and influence, fueling his passionate quest for the stone and Scotland's freedom.
Following on the success of The Secrets of Heathersleigh Hall, Michael Phillips recreates a world of heather-covered moors and evocative highlands where one man's quest to uncover his connection to his celebrated ancestry evokes the glory that is Scotland.^^In Legend of the Celtic Stone, Westminster Abbey is the site of a burglary that sets all of Great Britain astir. Both the IRA and Scottish nationalists are thought to be the culprits but no one has the answer to the puzzling crime.^Andrew Trentham, member of Parliament and one of the nation's most eligible men, is as chagrined by the break-in as anyone, and wary of the winds of nationalism sweeping down from the north. It is difficult for him to focus on national affairs however when his personal life is filled with all the trouble he can handle.^^Rebuffed in his proposal of marriage by the woman that he loves and suffering through the lingering pain of a family tragedy, this heir of noble blood is compelled to reexamine his foundations. What Andrew discovers in the process is a link to ancient Caledonia, a highland heritage that will forever change the way he looks at the world. As the ancient legends begin to shed light on Andrew's place in the world, he makes attempts to rekindle the love he has lost. At the same time, a resurgent Scotland rises to reclaim the glory of its storied past.
Michael Phillips is today recognized as one of the Christian bookselling industry's most prolific and versatile authors. He has authored more than 100 books, with total sales exceeding five million copies. He's also the editor of the popular GEORGE MACDONALD CLASSICS series. He and his wife make their home in Eureka, California.