Married with two children, Maggie Craig has been a medical secretary, a translator and a Scottish Tourist Guide. She is the author of Bare-Arsed Banditti, as well as several historical novels set in Glasgow and Edinburgh.
This is a superb book, a fascinating historical work that is deeply
researched and completely riveting -- Roddy Phillips * Aberdeen
Press and Journal *
takes a refreshingly new look at the history of the Jacobite Rising of 1745-46 by recording the stories of the many women caught up in the events . . . a racily written, well-researched and heart-warming account -- Elizabeth Sutherland * Scots Magazine *
A modern classic * The Herald *
bold and argumentative . . .. resounds with authority * Scotland on Sunday *