The First Blast of the Trumpet

In this mini-documentary shot on location in Scotland, Marie Macpherson narrates the story of how she came to write her novel, The First Blast of the Trumpet based on the early , undocumented life of John Knox. She takes us on a trip around the historic locations mentioned in the novel – from St Mary’s in Haddington, East Lothian, to St Andrews Castle in Fife.

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7 thoughts on “The First Blast of the Trumpet

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  3. Janet Oakley

    This sounds like a great read. We have celebrated Knox’ birthday at my church. Had no idea of his early history. Enjoyed the video. Will definitely put this on my to read list.

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    1. mariegm1210 Post author

      thanks Janet. Jury still out whether his birthday is 2013 or 2014 – so I’m still in with a shout. Enjoyed your blog & Tree Soldier’s excerpt. (Still working out WordPress)

      Reply

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