Wednesday, 23 October 2013

Blood City and A Taste of Malice

Douglas Skelton in discussion with Michael J Malone

Tuesday October 29th, 6.30pm
The Atrium, University Campus Ayr, KA8 0SX

Douglas Skelton has written 11 true crime and history books, including Blood on the Thistle, Glasgow's Black Heart and Frightener (with Lisa Brownlie), The latter was an investigation into the controversial 'Ice Cream Wars' murder case. 

Now he turns his hand to fiction, with Blood City (Luath Press). 

Michael J Malone has published over 200 poems in literary magazines throughout the UK, including New Writing Scotland, Poety Scotland and Markings. Blood Tears, his debut novel, won the Pitlochry Prize. He has since published a non-fiction work about successful modern-day Scots - Carnegie's Call. His latest novel, A Taste of Malice, is out now. 

Introducing the event is David Manderson, Lecturer in the School of Creative and Cultural Industries, writing teacher, flaneur, organiser and author of the bestseller Lost Bodies. 

To book a place please contact Lesley-Anne Niven: (01292 886358) 


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