NessBookFest programme unveiled

Crime writer Helen Forbes is among the authors taking part in Inverness's new book festival.

INVERNESS'S new book festival, NessBookFest, has unveiled its full programme. Set to run from Thursday November 10 to Saturday 12 this year it will be held in a variety of venues across the city centre.

Black deeds on the Black Isle

Published: Thu 20 Oct 2016

Alex Walters

ONE side effect of being a crime writer, Alex Walters laughs, is that going for a walk is not just about looking at the scenery. It also means looking for a place to dump a body.

Telling tales on her husband

Published: Mon 17 Oct 2016

Goodbye Berlin tells the story of Gerald Wiener's life, from 12-year old refugee to distinguished scientist.

AS a published novelist, Margaret Dunlop knows when a good story is in front of her. And the story of her husband Gerald Wiener has all the elements of a great story.

End of line for Highland Survivor?

Published: Mon 03 Oct 2016

Author David Spaven signs a copy of Highland Survivor for Dr Thomas Coombs of Nairn, a friend of David's late father Frank. Photo: Gair Fraser.

IT could soon be the end of the line for a Highland survivor, the author of a new book about the rail link to the north of Scotland has warned.

Howlat comes home

Published: Fri 30 Sep 2016

One of Kate Leiper's illustrations from the new edition of Book of The Howlat.

ONE of Scotland's oldest books, written in Moray 570 years ago, has been rewritten for the 21st century with a launch in its home region.

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