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Sir (Edward Montague) Compton Mackenzie is perhaps best known for two comedies, the Hebridean Whisky Galore (1947) and the Highland Monarch of the Glen (1941).
* The Gentleman in Grey (1907), a play
* The Passionate Elopement (1911), a revision of the play into a novel
* Carnival (1912), an early best-seller
* Sinister Street (1914), a bildungsroman
* Guy and Pauline (1915)
* The Early Life and Adventures of Sylvia Scarlett (1918), filmed in 1935 as Sylvia Scarlett
* The Altar Steps (1922), and its sequels
* Santa Claus in Summer (1924)
* The Old Men Of the Sea (1924)
* Vestal Fire (1927)
* Extraordinary Women (1928)
* Gallipoli Memories (1929)
* Athenian Memories (1931)
* Greek Memories (1932)
* Water on the Brain (1933), an absurdist spy novel parody.
* The Monarch of the Glen (1941)
* Wind of Freedom: The history of the invasion of Greece by the Axis powers, 1940-1941 (1944)
* The Four Winds of Love (6 volumes 1937–45)
* Whisky Galore (1947), filmed in 1948 as Whisky Galore!
* Hunting the Fairies (1949)
* The Rival Monster (1952)
* Rockets Galore (1957), a sequel, filmed in 1958 as Rockets Galore!
* Thin Ice (1956)
* The Lunatic Republic (1959)
* Cats' Company (1960) with photos by Harrison Marks
* The Stolen Soprano (1965)
* The Stairs That Kept Going Down (1967)
* My Life and Times (1971)