wandywatson gives a good run down of his Bloody Scotland experience here…Thanks!
A beautiful day awaits us as we step off the train in Stirling to bright sunshine. Coming to the Bloody Scotland Book Festival seems quite appropriate just a couple of days after Scotland decided to stay as part of the United Kingdom, as it could have been the words used by around 45% of those who voted.
It’s the 3rd Bloody Scotland, established by Scottish crime writers Alex Gray and Lynn Anderson and the second I have attended after going to see Jan Arnald (Arne Dahl) and then Jo Nesbo last year. Last year both the events I attended were in the Albert Halls whereas both of this year’s events are in the same room at the Stirling Highland Hotel. I’m not doing it on purpose.
Lasting for 3 days, there are a large number of talented authors in attendance from Scotland and beyond. Being the only festival in…
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