After an "unprecedented" audience of 16,000 for this year's hybrid event, Bloody Scotland crime writing festival will be extended in 2022 with James Crawford taking over from founding chair... Read more
Harvill Secker and Bloody Scotland International Crime Writing Festival have relaunched their joint award to find the most exciting new crime fiction by writers of... Read more
The Bloody Scotland Crime Festival is to launch a virtual, international book club, to be broadcast via Facebook Live.
Debut novelist Francine Toon has won the McIlvanney Prize at the Bloody Scotland International Crime Writing Festival alongside fellow first-time writer Deborah Masson, who has... Read more
Andrew James Grieg, Francine Toon and Doug Johnstone have made the final four in the running for Bloody Scotland's McIlvanney Prize, with Johnstone reaching... Read more
Lee Child and Ian Rankin are among the authors featuring at this year's entirely virtual Bloody Scotland International Crime Writing Festival.
This year's Bloody Scotland International Crime Festival has been cancelled, owing to the Covid-19 pandemic.
The McIlvanney Prize and the Bloody Scotland Debut Crime Novel of the Year award will go ahead this year as planned, sponsored for the first... Read more
Scottish writer Alexander McCall Smith is to launch the 2018 Bloody Scotland International Crime Writing Festival programme.
Hachette has three titles on the Bloody Scotland Crime Book of the Year shortlist, while Pan Macmillan has two. From Pan Mac comes Lin... Read more