The Alistair Moffat History Collection
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About the Book
Uncover the story of Scotland with Alistair Moffat’s history collection. From the Ice Age to the modern day, this bundle leaves no stone unturned.
Journey through the long-lost kingdoms of Roman times and the Dark Ages, uncover the bloodshed wrought by the Border Reivers for two centuries, track down the true King Arthur, and learn the true story of how Scotland became the nation it is today.
'Moffat plunders the facts and fables to create a richly-detailed and comprehensive analysis of a nation's past’ – Scots Magazine
Titles included in this bundle are:
The Faded Map
Arthur and the Lost Kingdoms
Scotland: A History From Earliest Times
Alistair Moffat was born and bred in the Scottish Borders. A former Director of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, Director of Programmes at Scottish Television and founder of the Borders Book Festival, he is also the author of a number of highly acclaimed books. From 2011 he was Rector of the University of St Andrews. He has written more than thirty books on Scottish history.
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