Tagged: Chris Brookmyre

Rankin and Cleeves to headline Bute Noir crime writing festival

Ian Rankin and Ann Cleeves will headline this summer's Bute Noir crime writing festival.  Read more

Val McDermid to play Glastonbury with Fun Lovin’ Crime Writers

The Fun Lovin’ Crime Writers will play at Glastonbury, in what lead singer Val McDermid described as “a bit like a fairy story”. Read more

Cumberbatch's production company pre-empts Ambrose Parry series

Benedict Cumberbatch's production company SunnyMarch has pre-empted the TV rights to Ambrose Parry’s new novel The Way of All Flesh.... Read more

Rankin and Brookmyre back defamation reform petition

Ian Rankin, Christopher Brookmyre and Karen Campbell are among the 150 Scottish authors, journalists and activists calling on the Scottish Government to bring forward a... Read more

Chris Brookmyre and Maris Haetzman on writing crime together

Author Chris Brookmyre and his wife Dr Marisa Haetzman, discuss writing a historical crime series together under the pseudonym Ambrose Parry. Read more

Brookmyre and his wife Haetzman to co-write historical crime series

Canongate is to publish the first novel in a new historical crime series by Ambrose Parry, set in the medical world of Edinburgh in the... Read more

Brookmyre scoops Theakston Crime Novel award

Chris Brookmyre has scooped the Theakston Old Peculier Crime Novel of the Year Award for his novel Black Widow (Little, Brown). Read more

McDermid, Herron and Durrant compete for Theakston Crime Novel of the Year

The shortlist for the Theakston Old Peculier Crime Novel of the Year pits "Queen of Crime" Val McDermid's 30th novel against an espionage thriller by Mick Herron, as well... Read more

Brookmyre wins Bloody Scotland's McIlvanney Prize

Chris Brookmyre has won the £1,000 McIlvanney Prize, previously known as the Scottish Crime Book of the Year, presented at the Bloody Scotland festival in... Read more

McDermid shortlisted for Scottish Crime Book of the Year

Crime writers Val McDermid and Chris Brookmyre have been shortlisted for the McIlvanney Prize for Scottish Crime Book of the Year, alongside Doug Johnstone and... Read more

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