Scotland’s First Minister will interview crime writer Ian Rankin at a book festival next month.
Established writers such as Ian Rankin, Alexander McCall Smith and Lin Anderson will be joined by Pointless host Richard Osman at a crime-writing festival in Scotland later this year.
Sally Rooney has claimed top prize at the British Book Awards for her novel Normal People.
Crime novelist Ian Rankin yesterday helped Cromarty celebrate the delivery of two brand new trikes that will enable elderly and frail members of the community to get out and about.
Shadows loom large over the crowd-pleasing new Rebus stage play, which began a run at His Majesty's Theatre before an appreciative Aberdeen audience last night.
Crime novelist Ian Rankin has backed proposals to create a permanent cinema in the village of Cromarty.
It was a plot twist delivered with the type of craft and precision that would be expected of Scotland’s great writers.
Crime writer Ian Rankin is to weave some of his lyrical talent into this year's Skye Book Festival.
Murder and X-sports have been big attractions for last-minute Christmas shoppers in the Highlands.
Detective John Rebus has been retired for a couple of years, but is finding it difficult to let go.
The work of one of the 19th century's most famous authors will be brought to life in the north-east this week.
Hardback by Orion, £19.99 (ebook £9.99) Ian Rankin's iconic alcohol, nicotine and rock'n'roll-fuelled (ex) detective John Rebus refuses to let retirement get in the way of crime fighting in this characteristically dark and compelling tale from the underside of Edinburgh.
Published by Orion Edinburgh cop John Rebus has already been resurrected once by his creator, who brought him out of retirement for a new novel a few years ago and now he is back again in this short story selection.