Tomlin has created a fast paced, well -written read that any historical fiction lover will enjoy. –Great Minds Think Aloud Book Club
The novel is engrossing and rich with detail. Tomlin makes these historic figures approachable and lifelike in a way that makes you root for them and understand their motivation. – The Kindle Book Review
Before William Wallace, before Robert the Bruce, there was another Scottish hero…
In 1296, newly knighted by the King of the Scots, Andrew de Moray fights to defend his country against the forces of the ruthless invader, King Edward Longshanks of England. After a bloody defeat in battle, he is dragged in chains to an English dungeon.
Soon the young knight escapes. He returns to find Scotland under the heel of a conqueror and his betrothed sheltering in the hills of the Black Isle. Seizing his own castle from the English, he raises the banner of Scottish freedom. Now he must lead the north of Scotland to rebellion in hope of defeating the English army sent to crush them.
Freedom’s Sword is a prequel to A Kingdom’s Cost, Book 1 of The Black Douglas Trilogy.
Amazon Top 100 in January 2012
#20 War Fiction on Amazon throughout most of January 2012