Bloody Scotland 2022: Compulsive Page-Turners

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Elly Griffiths, Imran Mahmood and Denise Mina

compulsive page turners

Friday 16th September from 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm Albert Halls, Stirling

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There are now 14 books in Elly Griffiths’s hugely popular Norfolk-set series about forensic archaeologist Dr Ruth Galloway. The latest, The Locked Room, cleverly utilises lockdown and makes it central to the enthralling plot. In Imran Mahmood’s All I Said Was True, Layla claims the mysterious Michael is key to finding who murdered her friend. The problem is, the police can’t find him and aren’t even sure he exists.  Confidence is the latest from the ever-brilliant Denise Mina. The disappearance of an amateur filmmaker leads to an internet frenzy, a thrilling chase across Europe and the tale of a billionaire con artist. The event will be chaired by Craig Sisterson

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1.30p.m. – 2.30 p.m. Please note that this digital event will be available live and will also be available to view up to (and including) Thursday the 6th October.

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