Notorious Alexander Stewart was the son of a king of Scotland and born out of wedlock. He was the legal representative of the National Authority north of the river Forth, and he waged a bitter war on the Church in the province of Moray and on its Bishop, Alexander Bur. He burned two towns, plundered an abbey and destroyed a great cathedral. Could anything, good or new be said about such a man? Nothing, until chance uncovered the story of Philip Hogeston, prisoner of the Water Pit in the island of Lochindorb, the lair of 'The Wolf of Badenoch'
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