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Bloody Scotland Crime-writing Festival Launches In Stirling

Posted at 2:04PM Friday 14 Sep 2012

The inaugural Bloody Scotland event features workshops, meet-the-author sessions, seminars and readings.

Scots Christopher Brookmyre, Ian Rankin, Val McDermid and William McIlvanney are among the near 50 participating authors.

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