A missing child, a body in a shallow grave and sinister calling card left by the killer ...
An historicial biographer has been speaking about how she was inspired by her famous namesake.
Big screen drama, adventures in sport and a touch of the Irish.
It was research for Sally Magnusson’s latest book that had brought her to Tain long before her first appearance at the town’s book festival.
O Brother faces the reality of a struggle with a difficult, imperfect life – and a family's hard truth to face.
Historical crime writer Shona MacLean found a good reason to reignite her Seeker book series.
Davey Burnet's flawless car valeting doesn’t look as if it can save him when he crosses the wrong guy
Parked up to take a call, Rebecca finds another story edging into her life...
An author from Nairn has just released her latest book, revisiting the story of one of the most famous women in Scotland to have been branded a witch.
'I walk in the woods in Carrbridge and find if I wander through, ideas come to me'
Words from around the world will be heard at Moiack Mhor this summer.