An island-hoping affair, alternating between present-day Orkney and 1930s Penang.
The Spy in Black was first published in 1917. This new hardback edition intends to do more than bring the story to a new audience.
Kirsten McKenzie's first novel, which is centred around the Italian Chapel.
A new collection of short pieces of writing on what may lie ahead for Orkney.
Twenty-three dialect stories covering subjects ranging from children's "entertainments" to imaginative reconstructions of Orkney's past.
The adventures of three Stone Age children from Skara Brae.
The story of John Rae as a boy.
The autobiography was written for Laing's family in the 19th century.
A collection of memories and yarns, documenting how the people of 19th and 20th century Costa viewed their world.
"A tall tale or a small tale about life on an Orkney farm."
Margaret Tait (1918-1999) was a pioneering filmaker for whom words and images made the world real. Here at last is a fuller picture of Margaret Tait, Scotland's original film-poet.
To the World is a collection of prose, poetry and art work around the theme of mental health and wellbeing produced by people who live in Orkney.