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Scotland’s International Crime Writing Festival. 18 - 20 September 2020. Awards the McIlvanney Prize for Scottish crime fiction. 🗡️
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Bloody Scotland Nov 7
Bestselling author Peter May returns to Glasgow in January to discuss his latest novel - A Silent Death. 13th Jan 2020, 6:30PM - 7:30PM. Tickets:
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Scottish Book Trust Nov 1
📣JUST ANNOUNCED📣 in conversation with is sure to be a highlight of . Join two heavyweights of Scottish crime fiction as they discuss Ian's 'lost' novel, Westwind. 7.30pm, 23 Nov, Apex Hotel Dundee Book now
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The Crime Vault Oct 24
Here we are at the Dagger awards!
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Bloody Scotland Aug 11
Psst. We have some dates for your calendar. As in, your next calendar. ┳┻| ┳┻| ┻┳| ┻┳| ┳┻| ┳┻| ┻┳| ┻┳| ┳┻| ┳┻| ┻┳| ┳┻| ┻┳| ┳┻| _ ┻┳| •.•) 18-20 September 2020 ┳┻|⊂ノ ┻┳|
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Jane Casey Oct 24
I LOVED this festival this year: fantastic location and atmosphere and 10/10 for the selection of panellists. It should be on your list near the top, crime lovers.
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Bloody Scotland Oct 24
Replying to @mtkStevens @SSCav
We're not aware of any plans for another one, no, sorry.
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Tony Kent Oct 24
Seems to be the morning for Festival News!! I missed this year as it clashed with our 5th wedding anniversary!! In 2020 we WILL be in Stirling! Not sure I could go two years without a torchlit procession (or a smoked sausage supper....)
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Bloody Scotland Oct 24
Replying to @s77tux @policescotland
Just in case the board meeting gets heated, you never know.
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Bloody Scotland Oct 24
Returning to the scene of the crime this morning for 2019 debrief and to begin preparations for 2020! Here we go again...
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National Centre for Writing Oct 23
SAVE THE DATE! returns next year on 10-13 September 2020. Check the website and sign up to the newsletter for news and updates... 🖤
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Kerrie O'Brien Oct 18
Antipodean noir: Is crime Melbourne's biggest export? via
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🍄🍁Miss Suzannie🐴🐶🕷🧙🏻‍♀️🕸 Oct 10
Busy day. Early Glasgow, drive to Stirling, train to Edinburgh. Cold, sore throat, a bit miserable. Then I find this in pocket & realise last time I wore this jacket I was carrying a flaming torch with my friend at the amazing opening of
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The CRA Oct 9
Also on the CRA site blog, Caro Ramsay recounts her amusing ‘desert island books’ experience (!) at last month’s :
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Littlewritespace Oct 8
Just finished debut novel From the Shadows. What a cracking read and a real thrill ride towards the end. So glad I saw this panel If you’re looking to support a new author I’d definitely recommend and all set in the swirling mists of the Highlands.
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Anne Hamilton Oct 4
A 'life' of crime on the blog, thanks to & . Just the shove I need to finish the novel...
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Craig Sisterson Oct 5
Johana Gustawsson is not only a brilliant crime writer, she's a terrific person. She shared some of her fertility journey onstage at (more than I expected when I asked about inspiration for her superb BLOOD SONG), and is courageously discussing oft-hidden issues.
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The Scots Magazine Oct 5
Scotland's biggest crime-writing festival, , made a gory return last weekend and book reviewer, Dawn Geddes, says this year was even better than last. Read her full review:
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Bloody Scotland Oct 3
Maybe we should diversify into offering a dating service to crime writing fans. 'Bloody Hearts'?
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Louise Fairbairn Oct 3
Those in the audience for the Gothic panel at had a wee preview of this read by - I look forward to reading the full piece
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Bloody Scotland Oct 3
This check out 's Fairy Rock on - a crime novel in verse! We were lucky to hear from him at this year.
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