@BloodyScotland #TheMcIlvanneyPrize @valmcdermid #@DameDeniseMina @TheCraigRussell #@CraigRobertson #@JayStringer #Finalists Announced

Bloody Scotland International Crime Writing Festival 8-10 September 2017 How excited am I to be sharing this news with you! FIVE FINALISTS ANNOUNCED FOR THE McILVANNEY PRIZE SCOTTISH CRIME BOOK OF THE YEAR AWARD 2017 Winner to be presented at Opening Reception of Bloody Scotland International Crime Writing Festival at Stirling Castle on Friday 8 … Continue reading @BloodyScotland #TheMcIlvanneyPrize @valmcdermid #@DameDeniseMina @TheCraigRussell #@CraigRobertson #@JayStringer #Finalists Announced

#BloodyScotland: McIlvanney Award Reader: Pint Sized Reviews: “Beneath the Skin” from Sandra Ireland

The McIlvanney Prize is Bloody Scotland’s annual prize awarded to the best Scottish Crime book of the year. It provides Scottish crime writing with recognition and aims to raise the profile and prestige of the genre as a whole. Scottish roots are a must for competition applications: authors must either be born in Scotland, live … Continue reading #BloodyScotland: McIlvanney Award Reader: Pint Sized Reviews: “Beneath the Skin” from Sandra Ireland

#BookLaunch: #CheckingOutOfTheHotelEuthanasia from Gerard Graham: #TheIronHorse Glasgow 22nd Aug 2017 #RingwoodPublishing

With the threat of a storm hanging over the streets of Glasgow I made my way to #TheIronHorse on West Nile St for the launch of "Checking Out of the Hotel Euthanasia" from Gerard Graham and published by Ringwood Publishing,  a small independent Scottish Publisher, based in Glasgow, dedicated to publishing quality works of Scottish fiction … Continue reading #BookLaunch: #CheckingOutOfTheHotelEuthanasia from Gerard Graham: #TheIronHorse Glasgow 22nd Aug 2017 #RingwoodPublishing

#BloodyScotland: McIlvanney Award Reader: Pint Sized Reviews: Games People Play from Owen Mullen

The McIlvanney Prize is Bloody Scotland’s annual prize awarded to the best Scottish Crime book of the year. It provides Scottish crime writing with recognition and aims to raise the profile and prestige of the genre as a whole. Scottish roots are a must for competition applications: authors must either be born in Scotland, live … Continue reading #BloodyScotland: McIlvanney Award Reader: Pint Sized Reviews: Games People Play from Owen Mullen