Aberdeen’s third Granite Noir festival came to a close last night with organisers describing it as the most successful ever staged.
North Sea catering veteran Stuart MacBride said yesterday his enthusiasm remained as “bright” as it was 28 years ago.
Bestselling author Stuart MacBride has revealed he was “very chuffed” to be presented with an honorary degree.
Genial and witty, Stuart MacBride does not initially strike me as the type of man who would make his living writing about grisly murders, the stench of post-mortems, rotting bodies and smoked corpses.
One of Scotland's top authors has revealed how a trip to Moray influenced the plot of his new book.
Moray readers have maintained a fascination for the macabre, with a grisly thriller by a north-east crime novelist emerging as the region's most popular library book for the second consecutive year.
A new book festival celebrating great crime writers will launch in Aberdeen next year.
A leading north-east crime writer has put a rare prize up for auction to help save lives at sea.
In The Cold Dark Ground by Stuart MacBride
Eager readers in Moray have proved they have an appetite for crime, with a grisly thriller emerging as the region's most popular library book.
The curtain has closed on the panto and the January blues have well and truly sunk in. As we sit at our desks, weaning our bodies back into a routine after two weeks of long lies and scrumptious brunches, the only things keeping us going are the, hopefully, approaching warmer weather and a busy social calendar. Unfortunately, no one can make any promises weather-wise, but there’s plenty of live shows visiting Aberdeen this year to keep you entertained. Your Weekend takes a look at what’s on this month and next
It is every parent's nightmare. The body of a young girl is found washed up on the shore and a massive manhunt is mounted across the north-east.
Award-winning local author Stuart MacBride has announced that he will launch his latest book in the north-east next month.
Scottish author Stuart MacBride has shared the songs that soundtrack his writing.
Prize-winning authors will flock to an Aberdeenshire town today as it spends four days revelling in the written word.
Crime writer Stuart MacBride has spoken of his delight at having part of a mortuary named after him.