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Scotland the Brave: A Tragedy
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Scotland the Brave: A Tragedy
by Watson, Ivar Alastair

Scotland The Brave is a thematically contemporary novel featuring the running down of the Clyde shipbuilding industry and the question of Scottish independence. Watson's fictional story is highly relevant to the current situation in Scotland and takes, as its starting point, the murder of Charlie Armstrong in 1950s Inchnadamph. Charlie, the manager of a salmon fishery and local 'tough guy', faced an increased threat from poaching and out of this true tale of intrigue and murder emerges Watson's story of the disintegration of Scotland and the current political climate. Would independence for Scotland lead to regeneration? That is the question.

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Publication date: 2014

ISBN: URN:ISBN:9781783065240

OPAC reference: KOHA-OAI-BCP:7819

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