THERE'S a moment in Moira Forsyth's new novel The Treacle Well when one twin at the heart of the story phones the other: "It's me," he said as those we love and live with do say."
Published: Wed 20 May 2015
SHONA MacLean never expected to be treading down the mean street of Cromwellian London, but that is the setting for her award-nominated latest novel.
Published: Thu 07 May 2015
A SUMMER celebration of books and writing begins in Inverness next week with a visit from internationally acclaimed Canadian writer Michael Crummey.
Published: Mon 27 Apr 2015
A PRIZE-WINNING Scottish writer will visit Waterstones in Inverness on Saturday, May 30 to sign her debut novel set in a drowned future world.
Published: Fri 24 Apr 2015
AT the murder mystery dinner that opens this weekend's Cromarty Crime and Thrillers festival, writer Louise Welsh confesses she'd prefer to be the detective rather than murderer - or victim.
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