Sir Robert Boyd had promised his daughter Lindsay to his squire, Ninian Stewart, in marriage, but when the Boyds and the Stewarts fell from favour with King James III of Scotland, the Glenorchan estates were given to Sir James Fielding, husband of Lindsay's sister, Elspeth. After Sir James was hanged at Lauder Bridge, Glenorchan was granted by the King to Sir Andrew Douglas, who was obliged to marry Lindsay Boyd to seal the bargain. But Lindsay found herself caught up in an ancient legend...
Used availability for Mary Cummins's The Glenorchan Ruby
September 1982 : UK Hardback
December 2001 : UK Paperback