A third volume of historical and archaeological papers relating to Orkney.
A festschrift to Alison Fraser, who retired as Orkney's County Archivist in September, 2010, after 35 years service.
A fourth volume of historical and archaeological papers relating to Orkney.
Ian Armit tells the story of Scotland's earliest history by concentrating on 100 of the most exciting and accessible monuments, which he places firmly in their wider context.
Letters from the Grand Fleet in Scapa Flow.
An illustrated guide to Orkney's architectural gems.
The first collection of short stories that George Mackay Brown had published.
The first book to offer a comprehensive study of George Mackay Brown's work.
Linnetdale - the sequel to Siggy - is set on a farm in Orkney in the early 1950s, and the farming year forms the background to the story.
A work of fiction based loosely around historical events around Fair Isle and Orkney.
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.