The Dark Mile

by D. K. Broster | Literature & Fiction | This book has not been rated.
ISBN: 1787201988 Global Overview for this book
Registered by xtrdnry of Parkdale, Victoria Australia on 11/25/2020
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Journal Entry 1 by xtrdnry from Parkdale, Victoria Australia on Wednesday, November 25, 2020
'My name is Campbell,' said the traveller, 'Campbell of Cairns.'
Ian Stewart's hand shook as he poured the brandy, and he heard his father draw in his breath sharply. Then this man whom Ian had welcomed to their house, whose daughter he had saved from drowning, had commanded the Campbell militia at the battle of Culloden, and his troops had shot down his brother Alan!

Hospitality demanded that the Stewarts should continue civil, but certainly nothing more - and when Ian found himself falling in love with beautiful Miss Campbell it was with a kind of horror at the cruel fate which brought him the perfect love he longed for - and yet never in a thousand years could he marry this man's daughter. Ian's cousin Ewen Cameron, in whom he confided his misery, had serious worries, too, for two years after Archibald Cameron's death he still suspected a neighbouring chief Finlay MacPhair of Glenshian, of engineering his arrest, and now Glenshian had come up with an ingenious scheme to disgrace Ewen for ever. Glenshian seemed so black a villain that it was with surprise that he learned the true, tragic identity of the man who had betrayed Cameron to his death.

Journal Entry 2 by xtrdnry at Two Doors Cafe in Templestowe, Victoria Australia on Wednesday, November 25, 2020

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