Wine and Crime

with Margaret Kirk, Lin Anderson & Denzil Meyrick

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£25 (includes two glasses of wine)

Saturday, 14th September 2019 | 2pm-4.30pm

Nairn Community & Arts Center, King Street, Nairn

Margaret Kirk
What Lies Buried
A graduate of Glasgow University, Margaret Kirk writes ‘Highland Noir’ Scottish crime fiction, set in and around her home town of Inverness (think the North Coast 500, only with bodies)
What Lies Buried is the second book in her DI Lukas Mahler series. What connects the abduction of a ten year-old girl from a friend’s birthday party with a cold case from the 1940s?
With his team stretched to the limit, Mahler’s hunt for Erin’s abductor takes him from Inverness to the Lake District. And decades-old family secrets link both cases in a shocking final twist.

Lin Anderson
Time for the Dead
Lin Anderson is best known for her bestselling series featuring forensic scientist Dr Rhona MacLeod of which there are fourteen novels, two of which were finalists for the Scottish Crime Book of the Year. In her latest, Time for the Dead, Rhona returns to her island roots on Skye, where a chance encounter leads her to a crime scene, but without a victim. Could this be linked to a group of army medics, on leave from Afghanistan, who can no longer be located on the island?
Enlisting the help of local (real life) tracker dog Blaze (@Blazespage), Rhona searches for answers.

Denzil Meyrick
A Breath on Dying Embers – the seventh book in the bestselling DCI Daley Series When the luxury cruiser, hastily renamed Great Britain, berths in Kinloch harbour, the pressure is on DCI Jim Daley. The UK Government are taking a high-powered group of businessmen and women on a tour of the British isles, golfing and seeing the sights, as part of a push for global trade. But when one of the crew goes missing , and an elderly local ornithologist disappears, will the pressure become too great?
The arrival of a face from the past, sends Daley’s world into a tailspin. And the lives of the passengers and crew of SS Great Britain, as well as the country’s economic future are in jeopardy. DS Brian Scott comes to the fore, and replete with a temporary promotion, is once more – most reluctantly, in his case – back at sea.
Daley faces a life and death struggle, but is this his last throw of the dice?

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