The Border Burnings: The story of the Witchcraft Trials of the Scottish Borders 1600-1700 (Border Voices CIC, 2008) ISBN-13: 978-0956077400
‘The Bewitching of Sir George Maxwell of Pollock’, Scottish Local History, Issue 81, pp. 3-7, (August 2011) https://www.slhf.org/publication/issue-81
A Tangled Web: Mata Hari: Dancer, Courtesan, (The History Press, 2017) ISBN-13: 978-0750968195
‘New book reveals the truth behind the incredible life of most famous female spy in history.’ Sunday Mail
‘Erzsébet Báthory’, Saunière Society Journal, Volume7 No 13, (Winter 2019)
‘Kaspar Hauser and the politics of Metternich’ in Society Journal, Volume 8 No 14, (Summer 2020)
Beside the Annexe (Scaramouche Press) ISBN 979-8673041697
July 1942, Anne Frank and her family and friends go into hiding in a secret annexe. But what about those still living in Amsterdam; the pastor who was losing his faith, the café owner with no customers, the doctor who couldn’t treat his patients? Living and working alongside that annexe; how would they survive? While German soldiers stalked the streets confident in their victory, countless people suffered. All normality ripped away, human decency a thing of the past, the occupation put everyone to the test. Some became heroes, some cowards; most simply struggled in the daily fight to ‘make it through.’ None would emerge unscathed.
‘The Borders Witch Hunt,’ published by Luath Press, is an exploration of the witchcraft trials of the 17th century in the Scottish Borders. Who were the accused, who were the accusers and why did an initial accusation almost always end in execution? And what was happening in the 17th century that led to those accusation in the first place?