Bloody Scotland: Michael Connelly and Ian Rankin
Global Exclusive from Aye Write!
Virtual event with Michael Connelly and Ian Rankin
About this Event
Bloody Scotland presents a global exclusive live virtual event with Michael Connelly and Ian Rankin!
Free Pop Up Event with two master crime writers on Bloody Scotland International Book Festival Watch Online, completely free.
Michael Connelly is the master of crime thrillers and creator TV’s Bosch. 74 million copies of his books have been sold worldwide. Connelly’s latest thriller, THE LAW OF INNOCENCE, features The Lincoln Lawyer, Micky Haller, on the most important case of his life. Only this time the defendant is himself.
Ian Rankin is one the UK’s best storytellers and a worldwide bestseller. Rankin’s latest thriller, A Song for the Dark Times, is an instant bestseller, with The Times saying: “Only great novels capture the spirit of the age. This is one of them.’
A Song For The Dark Times
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