Fiction, Literary Guides

Armstrong, A J. The Levellers: a Historical Romance of Galloway, Dalbeattie, 1898.

Barke, J. The Land of the Leal, London, 1939.

Brown, H M. Kelston of Kells, Edinburgh, 1929.

Bythell, R. The Real Bride of Lammermoor, Wigtown, 2007.

Crockett, S R. The Raiders, being some passages in the life of John Faa, Lord and Earl of Little Egypt, London, 1894.

Crockett, S R. The Lilac Sunbonnet, London, 1894.

Crockett, S R. The Men of the Moss Hags, being a history of adventure taken from the papers of William Gordon of Earlstoun in Galloway, London, 1895.

Cunninghame Graham, R B. Beattock for Moffat, and the best of R B Cunninghame Graham, Edinburgh, 1979.

Dean, C. Dorothy L. Sayers in Galloway, Kirkcudbright, 2005.

Dickson, A S. The Siege of Dumfries, or Lincluden Abbey: a Tragedy in Four Acts, Dumfries, 1889.

Dickson, E. My Bagdad, London, 1896.

Donaldson, I M. ‘S. R. Crockett: the Man and the Writer’, TDGNHAS, 3rd series, 55 (1980).

Donaldson, I M. The Life and Work of S. R. Crockett, Aberdeen, 1989. [See pp. 328-30 for a near complete bibliography of Crockett’s Works.]

Gracie, T G. The Grey Glen, n.p., n.d.

Hannay, D. Ned Allen, London, 1849.

Harper, M M. Crockett and Grey Galloway: the Novelist and his Works, London, 1907.

Henderson, T. Lockerbie: a Narrative of Village Life in Bygone Days, Lockerbie, 1937.

Hewison, J K. The Romance of Dumfries and Galloway in Early Caledonia, Dumfries, 1939.

McCulloch, J H. North Range. A Record of Hard Living and Adventure on the Colourful Northern Rim of the British Empire, London, 1954.

McCulloch, J H. The Splendid Renegade [John Paul Jones], New York, 1928.

MacRobert, A. The Novels of Dumfries and Galloway, Dumfries, c.1992.

McCormick, A. Words from the Wild-wood: Sixteen Galloway Tales and Sketches, Glasgow, 1912.

McCormick, A. The Gold Torque: a Story of Galloway in Early Christian times, Glasgow, 1951.

McDougall, R P. The Gretna Blacksmith’s Story, Historical and Romantic by the author of ‘Romances of Gretna Green’, Gretna Green, 1928.

Mackenna, R W. Flower o’ The Heather. A Story of the Killing Times [1922], Dumfries, 1985.

Mackenna, R W. Through Flood and Fire [1925], Dumfries, 1985.

McNeillie, J. Wigtown Ploughman: a part of his life, London, 1939.

Murray, T. The Literary History of Galloway, Edinburgh, 1822.

Nash, A. Kailyard and Scottish Literature, SCROLL, Amsterdam, 2007.

Newsom, J. Galloway Gamble. An Adventure for Boys and Girls ‘in the Buchan Tradition’, London, 1951.

Niall, I. Fresh Woods, London, 1951.

Niall, I. Galloway Childhood [1967], Wigtown, 2000.

Niall, I. To Speed the Plough. Mechanisation Comes to the Farm, London, 1977.

Niall, I. Country Life. Ian Niall’s Country Notes, London, 1987.

Niall, I. The Way of a Countryman, Cambridge, 1993.

Reid, A. Whereabouts Note on Being a Foreigner, Edinburgh, 1987.

Reid, A. Inside Out. Selected Poetry and Translations, Edinburgh, 2008.

Reid, A. Outside In. Selected Prose, Edinburgh, 2008.

Sayers, D L. The Five Red Herrings, London, 1931.

Scott, W. Guy Mannering, Edinburgh, 1815.

Scott, W. Redgauntlet, Edinburgh, 1824.

Stranraer Writers Group. Clayhole Patter, 1998: being a gallimaufry of stories and verse from the Stranraer Writers Group, Stranraer, 1999.

Truckell, H. Fisherman’s Haul, Dumfries, n.d.

Watt, J M. Dumfries and Galloway: a Literary Guide, Dumfries and Galloway Libraries, Information and Archives, 2000.

Watt, J M. Dumfries and Galloway: a Literary Map, Dumfries and Galloway Libraries, Information and Archives, 2001.

Waugh, J L. Betty Grier, Edinburgh, 1914.

Waugh, J L. Robbie Doo. His Reminiscences, London, n.d.

Waugh, J L. Cute M’Cheyne, Edinburgh, n.d.