A Time to Keep


Author: George Mackay Brown

A Time to Keep is George Mackay Brown’s second volume of short stories inspired by both ancient and modern life on the islands of Orkney. First published in 1969, its 12 stories depict a vast cast of characters drawn from Orkney’s past and present, offering a range of emotions and incidents. They are elemental tales of the fishermen, crofters and farmers of the island and….Read More

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