Highland Treasures

A virtual tour of the Highland Treasures Trilogy, three historical novels by Brenda B. Taylor set in the Scottish Highlands during the 16th century.
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Duart Castle, Isle of Mull, Scotland

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A Highland Ruby Spotlight

A Highland Ruby Spotlight

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Gerard Butler... Crooked smile, piercingly icey eyes, long hair? I see him as William Munro in A Love for All Seasons. The Highland Treasures Series by Brenda B. Taylor

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Viking

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Heather moors

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Beautiful Glen Affric, Scotland

Beautiful Glen Affric

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Hidden treasure: Balmoral's housekeeper holds a Cairngorm Stone broach belonging to Princ...

The Antiques Roadshow films at Balmoral Castle

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Scotland

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Gavin's powder horn and sword.

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Highland warrior's dress.

Dave's Examples

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Celtic dress

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My idea of Payton Murchison in A Highland Ruby.

Damn it Bambi, I'm busy! • 10/30 photos of Henry Cavill

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A Highland Ruby, an ebook by Brenda Taylor at Smashwords

A Highland Ruby – a book by Brenda Taylor

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Cattle of Ferindonald

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Flora killed a squirrel with her bow.

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The red stag

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Rab, Andrew's Scottish deerhound

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The Waters of Scotland

The Waters of Scotland

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A Highland Pearl

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A Highland Pearl, an ebook by Brenda Taylor at Smashwords

A Highland Pearl – a book by Brenda Taylor

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Scotland's Gem - the Cairngorm

Hill Shepherd: Scotland's Gem, CAIRNGORM

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Cromarty Firth, Scotland

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“Do you see it?” he asked, then wrapped his arm around her shoulder again. She felt Gavin’s forehead—still cool. “Aye. I see an eerie green glow. What is it?” “’Tis called St. Andrew’s Fire. I’ve seen it once before.” ~ From A Highland Ruby ~ Painting, Morning mist Scotland. By David Mould

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The legend of the thistle.

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Scotland Highlands

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