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Macgregor's Wolf Lessons of Time

Author: Bil Howard
Publsiher: Booktango
Total Pages:
Release: 2016-05-26
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 1468970984
Rating: 4.0/5 (84 downloads)

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Deeper thinking, anger, adventure, history, love, mysticism... Jack Magnus at Reader’s Favorite says, “haunting and lyrical...not the kind of book you’ll come across often or one you’ll read for an afternoon’s escape and quickly forget about...it is most highly recommended. Five Stars.” Struggling to make sense of his life, Ray Barrett seeks solace in the mountains and encounters a lone wolf, a mystical creature, according to the Sioux. From that point forward, he is transported back in time and into the bodies of various persons throughout history. The ancient wisdom of the Sioux and a spirit guide named MacGregor accompany him through a series of experiences that teach him about life and purpose. Along the way, he falls in love with an assistant to MacGregor, Alexia, who fulfills a longing that has haunted him for quite some time. “A book that I will remember for some time to come. I don't think one could read the book and not come away without a better understanding of himself,” says Valerie on Amazon. “Five Stars.” Be transported to your favorite place in history and make new discoveries about yourself along the way.

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Nora Roberts' MacGregors Collection: Volume 2

Author: Nora Roberts
Publsiher: Penguin
Total Pages: 1627
Release: 2013-05-07
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 0698138392
Rating: 4.8/5 (92 downloads)

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The past and present of the MacGregor family meet in this thrilling romance collection from #1 New York Times bestselling author Nora Roberts. THE PERFECT NEIGHBOR When he moves into a new building, the last thing Preston McQuinn wants is a nosy neighbor—especially one as vivacious as Cybil Campbell. THE WINNING HAND Darcy Wallace slips her last three dollars into a slot machine—and hits the jackpot. But the real prize is casino manager Robert MacGregor. THE MACGREGOR BRIDES To ensure the happiness of his three eldest granddaughters—Laura, Gwendolyn, and Julia—Daniel MacGregor sets three irresitable candidates for true love on a collision course with their busy lives. THE MACGREGOR GROOMS Daniel MacGregor turns his matchmaking sights on his stubbornly single grandsons: D.C., Duncan, and Ian. Each will put up a good fight, but they’re no match for the women chosen to tempt them all the way to the altar. REBELLION Scotland, 1745. It will take all the passion Englishman Brigham Langston can muster to pierce Serena MacGregor's pride and earn the love of the spirited Scot. IN FROM THE COLD In the chaos of the American Revolution, injured minuteman Ian MacGregor flees into the wilderness and finds refuge for his body and soul with Irish spitfire Alanna Flynn.

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Nora Roberts' MacGregors Collection: Volume 1

Author: Nora Roberts
Publsiher: Penguin
Total Pages: 1195
Release: 2013-05-07
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 069813835X
Rating: 4.8/5 (5 downloads)

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#1 New York Times bestselling author Nora Roberts presents a collection that includes the first five novels in her beloved MacGregors series. PLAYING THE ODDS When mysterious Justin Blade saunters up to Serena MacGregor's blackjack table, he decides to take the biggest gamble of his life—by playing for keeps. TEMPTING FATE Attorney Caine MacGregor has a reputation for winning. But trying to coax cool, calm Diana Blade into a partnership—and into his bed—may be his greatest challenge yet. ALL THE POSSIBILITIES Spirited shop owner Shelby Campbell has her reasons for keeping dashing senator Alan MacGregor at arm’s length, including the centuries-old feud between their families. ONE MAN'S ART Cartoonist Grant Campbell has shunned the outside world, preferring to live and work alone—until a storm brings beautiful artist Genevieve Grandeau to the door of his lighthouse. FOR NOW, FOREVER Self-made millionaire Daniel MacGregor attemprs to woo independent medical student Anna Whitfield in a courtship that will launch the formidable MacGregor dynasty.

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The MacGregors and MacDougalls

Author: Quentin Flynn
Publsiher: Nelson Thornes
Total Pages: 38
Release: 2000
Genre: Readers (Elementary)
ISBN: 9780748798025
Rating: 4.8/5 (98 downloads)

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Bookwise is a carefully graded reading scheme organized into five cross-curricular strands, encouraging links to other subjects. Comprising 16 fiction and ten non-fiction titles, the 25 books at each level span a two-year reading age and the three-tier levelling system within each level facilitates an accurate match of reading ability and text. The full-colour readers are accompanied by teacher's guides and resource sheets to help teachers get the most out of their guided reading and writing sessions.

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MacGregors

Author: Jean Furcall
Publsiher: Donna Templeton Jean Furcall
Total Pages: 285
Release: 2008
Genre: Canadians, English-speaking
ISBN:
Rating: 4./5 ( downloads)

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The MacGregors

Author: Marshall Home
Publsiher:
Total Pages: 304
Release: 1901
Genre: United States
ISBN:
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Historical Memoirs of Rob Roy and the Clan Macgregor

Author: Kenneth Macleay
Publsiher:
Total Pages: 348
Release: 1881
Genre: Highlands (Scotland)
ISBN:
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The Scottish People 1490-1625

Author: Maureen M. Meikle
Publsiher: Lulu Press, Inc
Total Pages:
Release: 2014-09-27
Genre: History
ISBN: 1291985662
Rating: 4.5/5 (62 downloads)

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The Scottish People, 1490-1625 is a comprehensive book for students and general readers. All geographical areas are covered from the Borders, through the Lowlands to the Gàidhealtachd and the Northern Isles. The chapters look at Burgh and landward: society and the economy, Women and the family, International relations: war, peace and diplomacy, Law and order: the local administration of justice in the localities, Court and country: the politics of government, The Reformation: preludes, persistence and impact, Culture in Renaissance Scotland: education, entertainment, the arts and sciences, and Renaissance architecture: the rebuilding of Scotland. In many past general histories there was a relentless focus upon the elite, religion and politics. These are key features of any medieval and early modern history books, but The Scottish People looks at less explored areas of early-modern Scottish History such as women, how the law operated, the lives of everyday folk, architecture, popular belief and culture.

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The Politics of Religion in the Age of Mary, Queen of Scots

Author: Jane E. A. Dawson
Publsiher: Cambridge University Press
Total Pages: 251
Release: 2002-05-30
Genre: History
ISBN: 1139434101
Rating: 4.4/5 (1 downloads)

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Early modern historians have theorized about the nature of the new 'British' history for a generation. This study examines how British politics operated in practice during the age of Mary, Queen of Scots, and explains how the crises of the mid-sixteenth century moulded the future political shape of the British Isles. A central figure in these struggles was the fifth earl of Argyll, the most powerful magnate not only at the court of Queen Mary, his sister-in-law, but throughout the three kingdoms. His domination of the Western Highlands and Islands drew him into the complex politics of the north of Ireland, while his Protestant commitment involved him in Anglo-Scottish relations. His actions also helped determine the Protestant allegiance of the British mainland and the political and religious complexion of Ireland. Argyll's career therefore demonstrates both the possibilities and the limitations of British history throughout the early modern period.

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James MacGregor: Preacher, Theologian and Defender of the Faith

Author: John W Keddie
Publsiher: Lulu.com
Total Pages: 212
Release: 2015-12-25
Genre: Theologians
ISBN: 1326235559
Rating: 4.5/5 (59 downloads)

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This is the first biography of a 19th century Presbyterian minister and theological Professor, James MacGregor (1829-1894). MacGregor was a minister in the Free Church of Scotland before being elected Professor of Systematic Theology at New College, Edinburgh. He served in that capacity from 1868 to 1881 before immigrating to New Zealand where he took a charge at Oamaru in the South Island (1882-1894). He was a staunch defender of orthodox evangelical views and in his later years wrote three great tomes in defence of Christian faith. He produced two of the best Christian books of their genre to come from the 19th century church: Christian Doctrine (1861) and The Sabbath Question (1866). This is the first biography of the subject and it contains a complete listing of all his writings.

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Rob Roy

Author: Sir Walter Scott
Publsiher: Jazzybee Verlag
Total Pages: 502
Release: 2014-07-14
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 3849645207
Rating: 4.5/5 (7 downloads)

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Rob Roy MacGregor was a historical figure—an outlaw who "owed his fame in a great measure to his residing on the very verge of the Highlands, and playing such pranks in the beginning of the eighteenth century as are usually ascribed to Robin Hood in the Middle Ages,—and that within forty miles of Glasgow." He was implicated in the Jacobite rebellion of 1715 —which is the period of this story—but from motives of self-interest. Francis Osbaldistone, the ostensible narrator of this tale, is a young Londoner whose father is a successful merchant and naturally wishes his son to succeed him in the business. But Francis has other ideas, and a quarrel results, in which his father sets him adrift in the world to make his own way, and threatens to disinherit him in favor of Rashleigh Osbaldistone, a Scottish cousin. Francis rides northward on a visit to Rashleigh's father, Sir Hildebrand of Osbaldistone Hall. On his way thither he falls in with a nervous traveller named Morris, who afterwards accuses him wrongly of the theft of his bag; but is cleared on the intervention of a supposed cattle-dealer, Campbell ...

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Rob Roy + The Heart of Midlothian (2 Unabridged and fully Illustrated Classics with Introductory Essay and Notes by Andrew Lang)

Author: Walter Sir Scott
Publsiher: e-artnow
Total Pages: 1294
Release: 2013-09-20
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 8074849341
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This carefully crafted ebook: “Rob Roy + The Heart of Midlothian (2 Unabridged and fully Illustrated Classics with Introductory Essay and Notes by Andrew Lang)” is formatted for your eReader with a functional and detailed table of contents. Rob Roy (1817) is a historical novel by Walter Scott. It is a tale of adventure in the 18th century, set in the Scottish highlands, whose hero is the legendary maverick outlaw Rob Roy Macgregor. Though Rob Roy is not the lead character, his personality and actions are key to the novel's development. The Heart of Midlothian is a novel of Scottish history by Sir Walter Scott, published in four volumes in 1818. It is often considered to be his finest novel. The Old Tolbooth prison in Edinburgh is called “the heart of Midlothian,” and there Effie Deans is held on charges of having murdered her illegitimate son. Her sister, Jeanie Deans, makes a dangerous journey through outlaw-infested regions to London to seek the queen’s pardon for Effie. Justice and Scottish Presbyterianism are discussed at length, and issues of conscience provide the novel’s themes. Sir Walter Scott (1771-1832) was a prolific Scottish novelist, poet, historian, and biographer who is often considered both the inventor and the greatest practitioner of the historical novel.