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David R Ross, 'The Biker Historian', goes on the trail of William Wallace once again to investigate his last days, the events that led up to his death, and their repercussions through Scottish history. He ties Wallace's life and death to issues of patriotism and Scottish nationality over the last seven hundred years, and identifies Wallace as a 'Scottish Martyr' who died for freedom and identity in the country he loved.
DAVID R ROSS is at his happiest stravaiging Scotland on his motorcycle, rummelling around ruins and battle sites, and standing on the spots where the great and not so great of Scots history once stood. Real happiness is when you are so engrossed in whatever you are doing that time has no meaning, and you forget to eat, till the rumbling in your stomach reminds you that it has been many hours since you last saw food. He is the author of several highly successful books of Scottish history; On the Trail of William Wallace, On the Trail of Robert the Bruce, On the Trail of Bonnie Prince Charlie, A Passion for Scotland and Desire Lines.