Win tickets to see Val McDermid at Bloody Scotland 2016

To mark the 5th anniversary of Bloody Scotland - Scotland's International Crime Writing Festival which takes place in Stirling from 9-11 September will feature weekly ticket prizes to see some of the biggest names in crime writing who will be appearing at the festival.

Author Val McDermid. Picture: Neil Hanna
Author Val McDermid. Picture: Neil Hanna

Authors will include: Ian Rankin, Quintin Jardine, Nicci French, Martina Cole & Chris Brookmyre. Plus, there’ll be a great selection of 2 for 1 ticket deals to some of the must-see events at this year’s festival.

This week we have four pairs of tickets to be won to see bestselling author Val McDermid hosting The Golden Age Renegade - Josephine Tey - the brilliant Scots writer who was much more than Scotland’s answer to Agatha Christie. For a chance to win a pair of tickets to attend this fascinating event simply CLICK HERE TO ENTER.

Bloody Scotland 2 for 1 tickets:

Stuart MacBride & Caro Ramsay - number one bestseller MacBride discusses his latest novel In the Cold Ground. Ramsay talks about Rat Run the seventh of her brilliant Anderson & Costello novels.

Mark Billingham & Chris Brookmyre - not only two of the best crime writers in the business but superb performers too.

Eva Dolan, Mari Hannah & Ben McPherson - trio of rising stars discuss their critically-acclaimed work.


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Spies Like Us - award-winning author Charles Cumming, Alan Judd, former soldier and diplomat turned writer and Aly Monroe, critically-acclaimed creator of the Peter Cotton books discuss their work against the backdrop of global espionage.

Sex and the Internet - Helen Fitzgerald’s brilliant novel Viral discusses the pitfalls of sex in the internet age with Scottish-based Brooke Magnanti, author of The Intimate Adventures of a London Call Girl.

Just go to: select your event, number of tickets and then enter the promotion code: BSMAN when prompted.

Look out for another exciting Bloody Scotland promotion next week.

For more information about Bloody Scotland 2016 visit:


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