'If I have one complaint about Katharine Stewart's book Women of the Highlands, it's simply that it isn't long enough! This fascinating and wide-ranging collection of essays leaves the reader wanting to know more.' --The Scots Magazine
About the Author
Katharine Stewart was born in 1914 and is one of Britain's oldest living writers. During the war, she worked for the Admiralty in London. She then moved to Abriachan, near Inverness, where she ran a croft and wrote documentaries for the BBC. Her previous books include A Croft in the Hills, The Story of Loch Ness and The Crofting Way. She was instrumental in setting up the museum at Abriachan, and in 2005 received the Saltire Society Highland Branch Award for Contribution to the Understanding of Highland Culture, in recognition of her work.