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COMPTON MACKENZIE

1883 - 1972

Writing as: Compton Mackenzie


According to Wikipedia: "Sir Compton Mackenzie, OBE (born Edward Montague Compton Mackenzie, 17 January 1883 – 30 November 1972) was an English-born Scottish writer of fiction, biography, histories and a memoir, as well as a cultural commentator, raconteur and lifelong Scottish nationalist. He was one of the co-founders in 1928 of the Scottish National Party along with Hugh MacDiarmid, RB Cunninghame Graham and John MacCormick. He was knighted in 1952."



Series Books
 
Roger Waterlow Extremes Meet (1928)
  The Three Couriers (1929)
 
Other Poems [Poetry] (1907)
  The Gentleman in Grey [Play] (1907)
  Kensington Rhymes [Poetry] (1912)
  Mezzotint (1916)
  Gallipoli Memories [NF] (1929)
  First Athenian Memories [NF] (1931)
  The Lost Cause [Play] (1931)
  Greek Memories [NF] (1932)
  Prince Charlie [NF] (1932)
  Catholicism and Scotland [NF] (1934)
  Marathon and Salamis [NF] (1934)
  Prince Charlie and His Ladies [NF] (1934)
  The Book of Barra [NF] (1936)
  Pericles [NF] (1937)
  The Four Winds of Love (1937)
  The Windsor Tapestry [NF] (1938)
  Aegean Memories [NF] (1940)
  The Red Tapeworm (1941)
  The Monarch of the Glen (1941)
  Calvary [NF] (1942)
  Mr Roosevelt [NF] (1943)
  Wind of Freedom[NF] (1943)
  Keep the Home Guard Turning (1943)
  Brockhouse [NF] (1944)
  The Vital Flame [NF] (1946)
  Dr Benes [NF] (1946)
  Whisky Galore (1947)
  Hunting the Fairies (1949)
  All over the Place [NF] (1949)
  The House of Coalport [NF] (1951)
  I Took a Journey [NF] (1951)
  Eastern Epic [NF] (1951)
  The Rival Monster (1952)
  The Savoy of London [NF] (1953)
  The Queen's House [NF] (1953)
  Realms of Silver [NF] (1954)
  Ben Nevis Goes East (1954)
  My Record of Music [NF] (1955)
  Thin Ice (1956)
  Sublime Tobacco [NF] (1957)
  Rockets Galore (1957)
  The Lunatic Republic (1959)
  Cats' Company [NF] (1960)
  Greece in My Life [NF] (1960)
  Catmint [NF] (1961)
  Look at Cats [NF] (1964)
  The Stolen Soprano (1965)
  Little Cat Lost [NF] (1965)
  Paper Lives (1966)