Pressurised to leave Scotland by an uncaring landlord, Malcolm Mc Ritchie leaves the girl he loves in order to sail for Nova Scotia. It is the start of a journey that carries him from the despair of the Highland Clearances to the beginnings of the Indian Wars; an adventure which takes him to the heart of the Iroquois and Passamaquoddy people and ultimately leads to Mc Ritchie’s fight for their survival. It represents a powerful telling of love, death and revenge.
Richardson’s unique style of story telling is compelling. He takes you on a journey you’ll never forget.
‘There are those who weave in and out of our lives without us knowing their intentions. They are able to fleece you by stealth, leave you vulnerable and without dignity, yet they smile and still call you friend!’