Crimes of Many Colours (in-person)
Friday 17th September from 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm BST
As if proof were needed that Scottish crime fiction is indeed a broad church (even though it doesn’t include Broadchurch…) then these four authors deliver said proof in spades. And axes and knives and chibs.
Ewan Morrison’s brilliant dystopian thriller How to Survive Everything tells of a teenage girl seeking to navigate
a word ravaged by an even deadlier pandemic. The April Dead is the latest in Alan Parks’ acclaimed Harry McCoy series set on the mean streets of 60s Glasgow. William McIntyre’s popular series about defence lawyer Robbie Munro continues with Bad Debt in which Munro himself is charged with murder. Sharon Bairden’s debut offering is the much talked about Sins of the Father, a haunting tale of secrets and revenge.
This event will be chaired by reviewer and journalist Louise Fairbairn.