Author Neil Broadfoot on the importance of the Bloody Scotland crime fiction festival to him as a writer and a crime fiction fan The Golden Lion welcome... A Bloody Scotland cocktail The torchlight procession... I suppose we should be used to it now. It started with the inevitable cancellation of Newcastle Noir then, like the … Continue reading Exclusive guest post!
Neil Broadfoot - The Point Of No Return Published by Constable, hardback £19.99. I received a copy from the author for review purposes. Colin Sanderson has been released from prison, his life sentence for the murders of two young women 14 years ago quashed. He returns to live with his father just a few miles … Continue reading Review: The Point Of No Return
Bloody Scotland crime fiction festival swaps Stirling for cyberspace in 2020 The Golden Lion, 2019 Torchlight procession, 2019 The Curly Coo Bar, 2019 As was announced a few months ago, due to ongoing coronavirus crisis, Bloody Scotland will not be going ahead as normal in Stirling in September. However, the organisers have created a virtual … Continue reading Feature: Bloody Scotland programme
Torchlight procession Liam McIlvanney Fun Lovin' Crime Writers Crime writers ready to march on Stirling - Bloody Scotland 2018 preview Though a small nation, Scotland has a giant-sized love of books and storytelling. It's also apparently a bloodthirsty country, as a large number of its many book festivals are dedicated to crime fiction, with new … Continue reading Feature: Bloody Scotland 2018