Saturday 13 October to 30 November 2019
Wednesday 27th November 6.30pm
“Bodies, Bad Guys and Bloody Scotland”
International bestselling author Craig Robertson will join us to
talk about his 20-year career as a journalist and his
transformation into leading crime writer.
He is the author of eight novels and the creator of the Winter
and Narey series which is set in Glasgow. His books - which
include Random, Murderabilia and The Photographer - are
dark, gritty, laced with black humour and guaranteed to make
They have been shortlisted and longlisted for major awards
including The McIlvanney Prize, the Theakston's Old Peculier
Crime Novel of the Year, and the CWA John Creasey Dagger.
As a journalist, Craig interviewed three Prime Ministers and
attended major stories including 9/11, Dunblane, the Omagh
bombing, and the disappearance of Madeleine McCann.
Craig also helps run the Bloody Scotland crime writing festival
which bring authors from all over the world to his home city of
Who knows where the bodies are buried? He does.
About The Photographer:
When DI Rachel Narey leads the arrest of a violent rapist, her
team makes a shocking discovery - a hidden stash of
hundreds of photographs, all of young women, all taken on
the streets of Glasgow, all taken without their knowledge.
When the trial against the rapist collapses and the man is
back on the streets, Narey knows she has let down a young
woman she promised to protect.
She also faces a race against time to find the unknown victims
of the photographer's lens - before he strikes again.