GRANTOWN goes to the dark side for Hallowe'en with the Bookmark bookshop's second mini-crime and thriller festival, Dark Nights, Dark Deeds, featuring some of Scotland's top crime writing talent.
Published: Thu 16 Oct 2014
BBC Radio nan Gaidheal is launching a search for new Gaelic poetry about World War I.
Published: Wed 15 Oct 2014
WHILE city born author Ali Smith may have missed out on UK fiction's most prestigious award, the Man Booker Prize, Inverness can at least claim success in rival contest, The Guardian's Not the Booker.
Published: Mon 13 Oct 2014
Bloody Scotland, the national festival of crime writing, returned for a third year with stars of the page giving a decent showing on the football pitch.
Published: Fri 03 Oct 2014
OVER half a century after its first publication, the final novel from Inverness-born crime writer Josephine Tey is getting a new lease of life with a new illustrated edition from the Folio Society.
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- REVIEW: Robert Crawford at Inverness Book Festival
- Bigger than ever Book & Arts Festival comes to Nairn
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- Car crash created Camille's career
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- Mull Theatre boss outlines Drawer Boy's power
- Thriller writers reveal the books that give them the chills
- Review: Never Land
- Folk star Seth Lakeman makes Inverness return
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