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The Border Reivers (Paperback)

Author:  Keith/ McBride Durham Illustrator:  Angus McBride
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Format: Paperback
ISBN-10: 1855324172
ISBN-13: 9781855324176
Sku: 30309305
Publish Date: 4/10/2007
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 10H x 7.5L x 0.25T
Pages:  48
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From the 13th century until early in the 17th century, the Border Marches of England and Scotland were torn by a vicious and almost continuous cycle of raid, reprisal and blood feud. The Border Reiver was a professional cattle thief, a guerilla soldier skilled at raiding, tracking and ambush, and a well organized "gangster." Including eight superb full page color plates by Angus McBride, as well as numerous other illustrations, this text by Keith Durham explores the colorful history of these remarkable people.
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From the 13th century until early in the 17th century the Border Marches of England and Scotland were torn by a vicious and almost continuous cycle of raid, reprisal and blood feud. The Border Reiver was a professional cattle thief, a guerilla soldier skilled at raiding, tracking and ambush and a well organised ‘gangster’. Including eight superb full page colour plates by Angus McBride, as well as numerous other illustrations, this text by Keith Durham explores the colourful history of these remarkable people.
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