Fact and folklore blend beautifully in Magnusson’s second novel
A deceptively simple book based on Scottish Folklore which is both multi-layered and twists smoothly.
The Costa Short Story Award winner in conversation at the Aberdeen Performing Arts Big Sky, Big Horizons series.
Northern setting is a winner with authors and readers alike.
A thought-provoking event exploring the dark side of female secrets.
We chat to the writer behind a new fictionalised account of Muriel Spark’s life in the former Southern Rhodesia.
Pinpoint sharp and humorous mystery follows a journey to reunite missing persons.
Contemporary psychological thriller enriched in gothic undertones.
A considered, reflective session on writing about publishing in crime fiction.
Two crime writers discuss their journey from screenwriting to the page.
A chilling yet fascinating session discussing abuse and mental health.
An intelligent, fun session at Granite Noir showcasing female crime writers unafraid to tackle difficult themes.
Crime writers Matt Wesolowski and Michael J Malone kickstart Aberdeen’s crime fiction festival, Granite Noir.
Northern Irish author drops in to the Belmont Filmhouse to discuss his first novel in 16 years
Paines Plough’s hometown stories leave the audience wanting more
Writer reads from the last in the Plague Times trilogy – a box set in waiting?
Whoopi Goldberg hit given a Doric twist by Aberdeen’s students
Two more crime novelists reveal their writing insights
Crime writers talk about the importance of location in their work
Sweden’s Queen of Crime Fiction reveals her motivations at Granite Noir
Two ex-cops talk of their writing experiences at Granite Noir
Aberdeen’s Phoenix Theatre celebrate their silver anniversary with this dazzling production.
Aberdeen’s Lyric Musical Society raise the bar for am-dram at His Majesty’s Theatre.
The two authors entertain Aberdeen May Festival with a selection of short stories, poetry and song