Fair Isle Ghosts
Where the North Sea meets the Atlantic sits a tiny outcrop of sandstone, just over 3 miles long. Fair Isle is the UK's most remote inhabited island. In the nineteenth century, her community lived on the edge; families struggling to survive. This book follows the fortunes of two of those families: the Irvines of Quoy and the Wilsons of Taft, as they fight to save their way of life.