- Title Pages
- Illustrations and Maps
- A Note about Distances, Money and Bibliography
- Introduction Re-opening the ‘Book on Bruce’
- Part One To Be King
- Chapter One Body and Soul Formative Years, 1274–92
- Chapter Two Conflict Earl of Carrick, 1293–99
- Chapter Three Dead End Vacillation, 1300–6
- Chapter Four You Can't Get Away with Murder King Robert, 1306–10
- Chapter Five The Harder they Fall Victory in Scotland, 1310–14
- Part Two After Bannockburn
- Chapter Six The Desperate Hours War and Famine, 1314–17
- Chapter Seven Dark Victory The Price for Berwick, 1317–19
- Chapter Eight Dark Passage In Search of Respite, 1319–22
- Chapter Nine To Have and Have Not King of Scotland, 1322–26
- Chapter Ten Dead Reckoning Peace and Piety, 1326–28
- Chapter Eleven Beat The Devil Preparing for the End, 1328–29
- Conclusion Bruce Kingship and the Legacy of Scotland's Wars, c.1286–c.1329
- Appendix Councils and Parliaments of Robert I, 1306–29
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