Aye Write! Alex Gray, Douglas Skelton & Les Wood – The Dear Gritty Place, Mitchell Library, 17th Mar 2017

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17th Mar 2017  •  7:45PM – 8:45PM  •  Mitchell Library

Three top notch crime writers whose books are set in our fair city – Alex Gray, Douglas Skelton and Les Wood

Three top notch crime writers whose books are set in our fair city. Alex Gray is an award-winning crime writer and the co-founder of the Bloody Scotland international crime writing festival. In her latest novel Still Dark New Year’s Eve heralds the unwelcome return of an old enemy of DS William Lorimer. In Douglas Skeltons’s Tag – You’re Dead Wise-cracking investigator Dominic Queste is on the trail of Sam Price, a man with an unhealthy interest in the recent murder of a young woman. Did he kill the girl? When Queste starts getting threatening text messages, it soon becomes clear that a serial killer is on the loose. Dark Side of the Moon by Les Wood is a hugely enjoyable romp told from the criminal’s point-of-view. Full of twists and turns, it will have you laughing out loud.

Mitchell Library, North St, Glasgow G3 7DN


0141 353 8000

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