Summary

With over half a million copies sold, The Stonewycke Trilogy thrills readers with its rich characters and detailed settings. Building on the events from The Heather Hills of Stonewycke, Flight From Stonewycke continues this multi-generational tale of an aristocratic Scottish family. After marrying against her father's wishes, Maggie Duncan plans to flee to America with her husband, Ian. But Ian is accused of murder, and honor requires him to stay in Scotland to face the charges. Alone, Maggie sets up a life for them in the New World, while Ian faces the horrors of prison. Thousands of miles apart, the two must learn to trust in God's greater will to reunite them.
©1985 Michael R. Philips and Judith Pella; (P)2001 Recorded Books
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5 out of 5 stars
By sandy on 19-05-14

Frustrating

For a book that has God so interwoven with the characters, you would think their lives would turn out better. Instead everything goes wrong. I find that even though I think this is an excellent book, it's very depressing and frustrating.

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