These books were all written by Michael Elder except from Summers Gloaming which was written by Don Houghton.
- Summer's Gloaming (November 1982)
- Danger in the Glen (January 1984)
- Mist on the Moorland (1985)
- The Man From France (1986)
- The Last of the Lairds (May 1987)
- 10 Years of Take the High Road (1990)
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