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D. K. Broster

(Dorothy Kathleen Broster)

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(1877 - 1950)

D. K. Broster

Dorothy Kathleen Broster, usually known as D. K. Broster, was a British novelist and writer. Her best known novel is The Flight of the Heron, the first of a Jacobite trilogy.

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The Dark Mile (1934)

The conclusion of the author’s Jacobite trilogy concerns the betrayers of Dr. Cameron and wraps up the remaining storylines, including a happy outcome for Ian.

Author(s): D. K. Broster
Illustrator(s): Helene Carter

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The Flight of the Heron (1930)

Ewen Cameron is out with the ’45 and encounters a British officer Keith Windham who becomes his best friend.

1930

Author(s): D. K. Broster
Illustrator(s): Helene Carter

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The Gleam in the North (1931)

When the Jacobites call on Ewan Cameron’s honor, he must enter into the conspiracy again in this second installment of the Jacobite Trilogy that began with The Flight of the Heron.

1931

Author(s): D. K. Broster
Illustrator(s): Helene Carter

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