Merging Destiny

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Sutherland Saga Part 6. When Elspeth Moorehead’s parents are killed in the Lockerbie bombing, Elspeth vows that she will someday avenge their horrendous murder. Her promise evolves into the quest of a lifetime, carrying her across continents and cultures, in the process subjecting her to numerous perilous obstacles. Spanning a quarter of a century, her exploits will change the world. More
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Words: 81,630
Language: English
ISBN: 9781370640072
About D. Allen Henry

D. Allen Henry is a freelance author. He is an academic, having spent his career teaching at four major universities across the U.S., as well as on several other continents. Dr. Henry is a veteran of the U.S. Air Force. A native of Texas, he lives in Texas with his wife.

About the Series: Sutherland Saga
The Sutherland Saga consists of a sequence of six novels chronicling the lives of four generations of the fictitious Sutherland family, the patriarch being the Earl of Winston. Set against the backdrop of world-changing events of the twentieth century, the saga traces the travails of the Earls of Winston and their loved ones. The first book in the series depicts events during the era of World War I, whereas the second and fifth books span the period of World War II. The timing for the third book is during the Vietnam War, and the fourth and sixth books in the series span a twenty-five year period roughly corresponding to the Gulf Wars, thereby leading up to present day. As such, the plots are strongly connected to their associated wars and, although the storylines are intimately related to English culture, there is also a strong thread of both Scottish and American ancestry evident as the saga evolves.

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Review by: tazzymc on June 17, 2017 :
The storyline is good but was let down by being far fetched in places, and by all the characters using the vocabulary of an old woman.
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