Sheila MacKay

Author

Sheila MacKay lived for several years in Egypt and North America before returning to her native Scotland to bring up her family and work as a journalist. She founded Moubray House Press in Edinburgh’s Royal Mile and later wrote several non-fiction books and a novel. She divides her time between Scotland and Spain.

Sheila MacKay lived for several years in Egypt and North America before returning to her native Scotland to bring up her family and work as a journalist. She founded Moubray House Press in Edinburgh’s Royal Mile and later wrote several non-fiction books and a novel. She divides her time between Scotland and Spain.

Books

  • Paperback | Pub: 03 Jun 2021
    £14.99

    At the time of its construction, the Forth Bridge was the largest bridge in the world, and to this day it remains a breathtaking monument to the vision and confidence of the Victorian age which created it. For seven years, thousands of men from all...