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Lewis Trilogy Books Set For BBC TV Adaptation

Posted at 8:41AM Wednesday 27 Aug 2014

THE BBC has snapped up the rights to adapt another best-selling series of Scottish crime novels.

Peter May has revealed he has agreed a deal over the Lewis Trilogy, which is set in the Outer Hebrides.

The Glasgow-born author, who is now based in France, has revealed that three separate two-hour TV films are being planned for BBC 4.

Scotsman




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