Bloody Scotland writers reveal why they chose to set their tales in the country's most iconic buildings and landmarks

Bloody Scotland writers reveal why they chose to set their tales in the country's most iconic buildings and landmarks
 

From the northernmost islands to the glens and ancient ruins, there has aways been bloody history written into Scotland’s scenery.
For this year’s Bloody Scotland festival, some of our most popular novelists have teamed up to create a collection of stories. Here, in the second of our two specials, three writers tell Jane Hamilton what made them decide where to set their tales.
Perfect haunt for grisly goings-on Louise Welsh believes crime writing isn’t confined to just police procedurals or whodunnits. She says the genre lends itself to different interpretations, giving authors free reign... read more

 
31 August 2017 in Regional, Views: 48
Source: Daily Record
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