To mark the 5th anniversary of Bloody Scotland - Scotland’s International Crime Writing Festival which takes place in Stirling from 9-11 September scotsman.com will feature weekly ticket prizes to see some of the biggest names in crime writing who will be appearing at the festival.
Authors will include: Ian Rankin, Quintin Jardine, Martina Cole & Chris Brookmyre.
Plus,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 Chris Brookmyre & Stuart Neville - two of the best and darkest minds in the crime writing business. Northern Ireland’s Stuart Neville made an immediate breakthrough with his blistering debut The Twelve in 2009 and has not let up since. His eagerly-awaited new novel So Say the Fallen is his seventh to date. The brilliant Chris Brookmyre resurrects his best-known protagonist, Jack Parlabane, in his latest book Black Widow.
For a chance to win a pair of tickets to attend this event simply - CLICK HERE
Plus, here’s a great selection of 2 for 1 ticket deals to some of the must-see events at this year’s festival
Bloody Scotland 2 for 1 tickets:
• Neil MacKay & Alexandra Sokoloff - two authors whose crime novels cross into the horror genre. Sokoloff was described by the New York Times “as a daughter of Mary Shelly” and Mackay’s book The Wolf Trial is based on the first documented account of a serial killer - who was tried as a werewolf.
• The Dying of the Light - award-winning author Alex Gray leads a discussion on end of life planning which features in her new book The Darkest Goodbye.
• 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.
• Nicci French - 8 million novels worldwide under their Nicci French pseudonym will be in Stirling to talk about their new collaboration Saturday Requiem.
• Eva Dolan, Mari Hannah & Ben McPherson - trio of rising stars discuss their critically-acclaimed work.
• 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.
Go to: www.bloodyscotland.com 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: www.bloodyscotland.com