D. K. Broster
(Dorothy Kathleen Broster)
(1877 - 1950)
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.
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.