New Release Books by Mollie Hunter

Mollie Hunter is the author of Flora MacDonald and Bonnie Prince Charlie (1988), The Spanish Letters (1967), The Haunted Mountain (1972), PISTOL IN GREENYARDS. (1983) and other 119 books.

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Flora MacDonald and Bonnie Prince Charlie

release date: Jan 01, 1988
Flora MacDonald and Bonnie Prince Charlie
Part of a series based on original sources of traditional stories and legends of the world, this tale of Flora MacDonald and Bonny Prince Charlie is retold and illustrated in a style appropriate to the atmosphere of the story.

The Haunted Mountain

The Haunted Mountain
After angering the fairy creatures of the Highlands, a stubborn Scot is thirteen years bringing an end to their terrible revenge against him.

PISTOL IN GREENYARDS.

release date: Jan 01, 1983

The Lothian Run

The Lothian Run
In 1736 in Edinburgh a lawyer's clerk finds himself involved in more than a routine smuggling affair.

The Enchanted Whistle

release date: Jan 01, 1985
The Enchanted Whistle
The enchanted whistle that plays his dream music is almost enough to make up for his hard life as a herd boy. But it also earns him the anger of the Ferlie, the fairy, and brings a terrible choice ...

The Wicked One

The Wicked One
Incessantly tormented by the Grollican, a creature of the Otherworld, Colin Grant and his family flee to America from their native Highlands of Scotland.

The Walking Stones

The Walking Stones
After receiving the gift of Second Sight from his old friend, the Bodach, ten-year-old Donald becomes responsible for safeguarding the ancient power of the walking stones before their glen is flooded by a hydroelectric company.

The Kelpie's Pearls

The Kelpie's Pearls
An old woman of the Scottish highlands makes friends with a kelpie, sees the Loch Ness monster, and practices some of her grandmother's witchcraft.

The Ghosts of Glencoe

The Ghosts of Glencoe
Caught up in the struggle between Highland clansmen and the King's soldiers in seventeenth-century Scotland, a young officer gives an account of the Massacre of Glencoe during which he chooses between protecting his own life and career or saving the lives of five hundred people
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