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His most recent book, Set Adrift Upon the World: The Sutherland Clearances, published in 2015, presents the struggle for survival of the people cleared from the straths of Sutherland during the early nineteenth century and relocated to Canada, landing at Hudson Bay. This book was the winner of the Saltire Society's History Book of the Year Award in 2016.
1991. The claim of crofting : the Scottish Highlands and Islands, 1930-1990. Edinburgh: Mainstream. ISBN1-85158-329-7.
1991. Rural poverty and deprivation in Europe : from analysis to action : report of a seminar held in Scotland from 7 to 11 October 1990 . Enstone: Arkleton Trust. ISBN0-906724-40-6.
1992. Scottish highlanders : a people and their place. Edinburgh: Mainstream. ISBN1-85158-443-9.
1994. A dance called America : the Scottish Highlands, the United States and Canada. Edinburgh: Mainstream. ISBN1-85158-639-3.
1995. On the other side of sorrow : nature and people in the Scottish Highlands. Edinburgh: Mainstream. ISBN1-85158-765-9.
1996. Towards a land reform agenda for a Scots parliament. Perth: Rural Forum Scotland. ISBN1-85158-765-9.
1996. Glencoe and the Indians : a real-life family saga which spans two continents, several centuries and more than thirty generations to link Scotland's clans with the native peoples of the American West. Edinburgh: Mainstream. ISBN1-85158-829-9.
1999. Last of the free : a millennial history of the Highlands and Islands of Scotland Edinburgh: Mainstream. ISBN1-84018-376-4.