Hailed as ‘the new Ian Rankin’, author James Oswald is coming to Muirhouse Library for Book Week Scotland.
James will be reading from and talking about Dead Men’s Bones, the latest installment in the acclaimed Detective Inspector McLean series of novels.
Morag Weatherly and her two young daughters have been shot by husband Andrew, an influential politician, before he turned the gun on himself.
But what would cause a rich, successful man to snap so suddenly?
For Inspector Tony McLean, this apparently simple but high-profile case leads him into a world of power and privilege. And the deeper he digs, the more he realises he’s being manipulated by shadowy factions.
James is also the author of the Sir Benthro series of fantasy novels, which we’re sure he’ll talk about too if you ask him nicely.
And if you’ve got any questions about pedigree Highland cattle or New Zealand Romney sheep, James runs a 350 acre livestock farm in Fife in his ‘spare time’ so he’s your go-to guy on that topic as well.
This free event takes place at Muirhouse Library on Saturday 29th November at 3pm! Book a place now.
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