BLOODY SCOTLAND 2018 MCILVANNEY PRIZE FOR SCOTTISH CRIME FICTION BOOK OF THE YEAR GOES TO LIAM MCILVANNEY @BloodyScotland @LiamMcIlvanney @Brownlee_Donald

In the Church of the Holy Rude, Stirling, a packed crowd eagerly awaited the announcement of the winner of the Scottish Crime Book of the Year. Chair of the Judges, Craig Sisterton announced the winner as a huge round of applause broke out. Liam McIlvanney’s The Quaker  is set in Glasgow in 1969. In theContinue reading “BLOODY SCOTLAND 2018 MCILVANNEY PRIZE FOR SCOTTISH CRIME FICTION BOOK OF THE YEAR GOES TO LIAM MCILVANNEY @BloodyScotland @LiamMcIlvanney @Brownlee_Donald”

Bloody Scotland 2018 – Meet the Authors: Q&A with Liam McIlvanney @Bloody Scotland @LiamMcIlvanney @Brownlee_Donald

I am so excited! Tonight I will be in the Church of Holy Rude in Stirling, waiting for the announcement of the book that will win the Scottish Crime novel of the Year – the McIlvanney Prize. I cannot wait to see who will win and begin the weekend of the year at Bloody Scotland.Continue reading “Bloody Scotland 2018 – Meet the Authors: Q&A with Liam McIlvanney @Bloody Scotland @LiamMcIlvanney @Brownlee_Donald”

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