Set on a farm high in an Orkney dale in the years after World War Two, Siggy tells the story of an eleven-year-old boy struggling to cope with the aftermath of his father's death and his mother's quick re-marriage.
Kirsten McKenzie's first novel, which is centred around the Italian Chapel.
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.
An island-hoping affair, alternating between present-day Orkney and 1930s Penang.
A window into the world of 16th century Orkney - as seen by a boy living at Kirbuster in Birsay.
A work of fiction based loosely around historical events around Fair Isle and Orkney.
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.
The colourful tales of old Orkney spring to life in the pages of this publication.
These two stories are set in Orkney at the close of the nineteenth century when traditional island life was becoming threatened.
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In this remarkable collection of 21 short stories George Mackay Brown is inspired by summer light and winter darkness.
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Northern Lights presents George Mackay Brown’s writings on many of the places, people, legends and seasons that formed his vision and work.
The fourth compilation from George Mackay Brown's weekly The Orcadian column published in book form.