Bloody Scotland: Stuart MacBride
Stuart MacBride, the multiple Sunday Times number one bestseller, will be interviewed by Jay Stringer at The Albert Halls on 22nd September as part of Bloody Scotland.
About Bloody Scotland: Stuart MacBride
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He’s the multiple Sunday Times number one bestseller. He’s the former World Stovies Champion. He’s the man who brought mayhem to the streets of Aberdeen. He’s the beard to be feared. He’s Stuart MacBride.
Stuart’s latest novel, The Blood Road, sees the return of Logan McRae in a much-anticipated new thriller. When a fellow officer turns up dead in the driver’s seat of a crashed car, it’s a shock to everyone – not least because he’d died two years earlier.
Stuart will be interviewed by Jay Stringer, who was a runner-up for the McIlvanney Prize in 2017 with his novel How to Kill Friends and Influence People.
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