Sons of Glory
"Boston, Massachusetts--1770."Having left Scotland, the Mackenzie family now lives on in three brothers--Nathan, Edward, and Robby--as the turbulent story begun in "Crown of Fire" and "Captives and Kings" concludes. When Nathan, a young lawyer, witnesses the Boston Massacre, he and his mentor John Adams,though both pro-independence,are pulled into defending British soldiers. During the following conflict with his fellow patriots, Nathan also struggles with his minister brother, Edward, who remains firmly loyal to what he considers the God-ordained British government. When youngest brother Robby, a radical patriot, is arrested and hanged, Edward and Nathan must each search heart and soul. In the end, they and their families pledge themselves to the colonial cause. To them, however, ultimate glory does not rest with a new nation and new political system. Rather, true glory resides in doing God's will in the midst of dangerous and uncertain times.