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Octavo xii + 194 pp, list of 18 illustrations, preface, the main characters, 11 chapters, bibliography. 6.1" x 9.25" red cloth boards, gilt spine lettering, in colorful DJ.
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Book Description Cincinnati, Ohio, U.S.A.: Seven Hills Books, 1991. Hardcover. Condition: New. Lochar Publishing Ltd, 1989. Hardcover with dj 1st Edition. 8vo. xii+194pp+illus. has a very slight indentation to top edge but this is A BRAND NEW BOOK UNUSED. Full refund if not satisfied. 24 hour despatch. If not pictured in this listing, a scan of the actual book is available on request. In 1952, the bicentenary of the Appin Murder, Seamus Carney met Lt. Gen. Sir William MacArthur whilst on holiday in Donegal. The distinguished soldier and physician held him spellbound with his story of Scotland's infamous unsolved crime - the assassination of Colin Campbell of Glenure whom Robert Louis Stevenson named The Red Fox. The author presents a superb study of the events and the courtroom battle for the life of James of the Glen, presenting a case for and against him and the other suspect, swashbuckling soldier, Allan Breck Stewart. A full account of an episode in Scottish history that has baffled historians, writers and lawmen. Includes Bibliography. Seller Inventory # nf3116