#AyeWrite: Alan Parks, Ian Skewis & Charles E. McGarry, The Glasgow (Crime) Boys @AyeWrite @@IanSkewis @CharlesEMcGarry @AlanJParks

Join three relatively new names on the Glasgow crime writing scene as they discuss their novels. Bloody January by Alan Parks brings to life the dark underbelly of 1970s Glasgow and introduces a dark and electrifying new voice in Scottish noir, in A Murder Of Crows by Ian Skewis DCI Jack Russell is flung headlong … Continue reading #AyeWrite: Alan Parks, Ian Skewis & Charles E. McGarry, The Glasgow (Crime) Boys @AyeWrite @@IanSkewis @CharlesEMcGarry @AlanJParks

#BookReview: “Dark of Night: Episode One” CS Duffy @csduffywriter

When Claire Duffy contacted me and asked me to read and review the first in the Dark of Night Trilogy, I was unable to refuse given that much of the book takes place in the very area I live! I'm always a sucker for my Scottish Crime Fiction and when I'm promised death and murder … Continue reading #BookReview: “Dark of Night: Episode One” CS Duffy @csduffywriter

#TimeForCrime: getting to the darkest heart of writers and bloggers! with Drew from #TheTattooedBookGeek @SarcasticEnigma

Welcome to #TimeForCrime a new series here at Chapterinmylife. I am inviting bloggers and authors talk about their favourite subject crime, with a set of quick-fire Q&As taking you to the dark heart of the person behind the book or the blog! This week I am delighted to welcome Drew from thetattooedbookgeek Drew is usually way too … Continue reading #TimeForCrime: getting to the darkest heart of writers and bloggers! with Drew from #TheTattooedBookGeek @SarcasticEnigma

#AyeWrite: Russell Findlay, Acid Attack #AcidAttack @RussellFindlay1 @acid_book @AyeWrite @DouglasSkelton1 @CCA_Glasgow

Russell Findlay spent decades taking on the most dangerous men in Scotland's criminal underworld. Organised crime clans such as the Daniels, Lyons and McGoverns and figures such as Paul Ferris and Kevin 'Gerbil' Carroll were unmasked by Findlay and his col-leagues at the Sunday Mail and Scottish Sun. Two days before Christmas 2015, Findlay became … Continue reading #AyeWrite: Russell Findlay, Acid Attack #AcidAttack @RussellFindlay1 @acid_book @AyeWrite @DouglasSkelton1 @CCA_Glasgow

#AyeWrite: Owen Mullen, Claire MacLeary & Angus McAllister, Glasgow Criminal Beginnings @AyeWrite @ClaireMacLeary @OwenMullen6 @McallisterAngus @RusseldMcLean

Three crime writers who started out life in Glasgow, but haven’t always chosen to set their work in the city come together to discuss the influence Glasgow has had on their books. Owen Mullen’s debut novel Games People Play was long-listed for the McIlvanney Prize and his latest And So It Began was a Sunday … Continue reading #AyeWrite: Owen Mullen, Claire MacLeary & Angus McAllister, Glasgow Criminal Beginnings @AyeWrite @ClaireMacLeary @OwenMullen6 @McallisterAngus @RusseldMcLean

#BlogTour #Burnout by Claire MacLeary @ClaireMacLeary @SarabandBooks

I am delighted to be closing down the #BlogTour for #Burnout, the second novel from Scottish author, Claire MacLeary published by Contraband on the 8th May 2018. Thank you to Contraband, Gordon over at Grabthisbook and Claire for the invitation to take part in the tour and the ARC for review. I also attended Claire's … Continue reading #BlogTour #Burnout by Claire MacLeary @ClaireMacLeary @SarabandBooks

#AyeWrite: Clare Mackintosh, Sarah Vaughan & Fiona Cummins: Unputdownable Thrillers @AyeWrite @claremackint0sh ‏@SVaughanAuthor @FionaAnnCummins @michaelJmalone1

The past few years has seen the unstoppable rise of a certain kind of crime novel, whether you call them, ‘Domestic noir’ or ‘Grip-lit’ or the old favourite ‘Psychological Thriller’ the three authors appearing together here certainly know a thing or two about the genre! Clare Mackintosh’s Let Me Lie finds a young woman struggling … Continue reading #AyeWrite: Clare Mackintosh, Sarah Vaughan & Fiona Cummins: Unputdownable Thrillers @AyeWrite @claremackint0sh ‏@SVaughanAuthor @FionaAnnCummins @michaelJmalone1

#BookReview: #FollowTheDead from Lin Anderson @Lin_Anderson @panmacmillan

As a long-standing fan of Lin Anderson, I probably stalked her for years before plucking up the courage to say hello a couple of years ago!, I was delighted when she and Pan MacMillan approached me and asked me to read the latest book in the Rhona MacLeod series, "Follow The Dead". I'm not going … Continue reading #BookReview: #FollowTheDead from Lin Anderson @Lin_Anderson @panmacmillan