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Stuart Johnstone, Deborah Masson and Tariq Ashkanani That Difficult Second Crime Novel

Stuart Johnstone, Deborah Masson and Tariq Ashkanani That Difficult Second Crime Novel

Stuart Johnstone, Deborah Masson and Tariq Ashkanani That Difficult Second Crime Novel

Aye Write

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£11 (£10 Ticket charge plus 10% booking fee)
Adult, Over 14s only. Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult.
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Dates and times

Sunday 15 May 2022
6:30PM - 7:30PM

These three novelists have all enjoyed success with their debut thrillers – what come next?

Stuart Johnstone - Into the Dark

The brutal murder of ten-year-old Callum Bradley sent shockwaves across Scotland but, as the weeks have stretched on with no solid leads, the investigation has been scaled back. Sergeant Don Colyear, Community Police Officer, is tasked with tying up a loose end: a 999 call which may have hinted at the boy’s mutilation and murder. However, the call was made fully three weeks before the crime took place.

Deborah Masson - Out for Blood

DI Eve Hunter is back in the edge-of-your-seat new detective thriller from Deborah Masson, winning author of the Bloody Scotland Crime Debut of the Year 2020.
A young man, the son of an influential businessman, is discovered dead in his central Aberdeen apartment. Hours later, a teenaged girl with no identification is found hanged in a suspected suicide.
As DI Eve Hunter and her team investigate the two cases, they find themselves in a tug-of-war between privilege and poverty; between the elite and those on the fringes of society.

 Tariq Ashkanani - Follow Me to the Edge

Detective Joe Finch, raw with guilt over his partner’s traumatic shooting during a routine traffic stop, hopes the case will at least focus his mind. But then he discovers that the crime scene is the house he grew up in, and the ghosts of his own tragic childhood come rushing back to confront him. In a town where the law exists only to be bent or broken, can Finch steel himself against entrenched evil and the haunting spectre of his past―and live to serve justice in Cooper?

Chaired by Inga Vesper

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Mitchell Library

North Street, Glasgow, G3 7DN