In 1678, Scotland liesunder the dark threat of union with England.
In an era of intrigue and bloodshed, Andrew Fletcher, laird of Saltoun, stands out as a man of ideals and integrity. His fearless and dogged opposition to the Treaty becomes a thirty-year campaign fought in Europe as well as his native Scotland. His eventual defeat is the defeat of a hero and of a cause so dear to his people that his name is glorified in Scottish history.
'Through his imaginative dialogue, he provides a voice for Scotland's heroes' Scotland on Sunday