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Stuart MacBride and Brian McGilloway

Stuart MacBride and Brian McGilloway

Stuart MacBride and Brian McGilloway

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Dates and times

Saturday 7 May 2022
8:00PM - 9:00PM

Two of our finest crime writers appearing together with their latest novels.

In Stuart MacBride's No Less The Devil it's been seventeen months since the Bloodsmith butchered his first victim and Operation Maypole is still no nearer to catching him. The media is whipping up a storm, the top brass are demanding results, but the investigation is sinking fast.

Now isn't the time to get distracted with other cases, but Detective Sergeant Lucy McVeigh doesn't have much choice. When Benedict Strachan was just eleven, he hunted down and killed a homeless man. No one's ever figured out why Benedict did it, but now, after sixteen years, he's back on the streets again - battered, frightened, convinced a shadowy 'They' are out to get him, and begging Lucy for help.

In Brian McGilloway's The Empty Room Dora Condron wakes one morning to discover her 17-year old daughter Ellie, has not come home after a party.

The day Ellie disappears, Dora is alone as her husband Eamon has already left for the day in his job as a long-distance lorry driver. So Dora does the usual things: rings around Ellie's friends... but no one knows where she is. Her panic growing, Dora tries the local hospitals and art college where Ellie is a student - but then the police arrive on her doorstep with the news her daughter's handbag has been discovered dumped in a layby.

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Mitchell Library

North Street, Glasgow, G3 7DN