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Bute Noir – Americana

Steve Cavanagh and Mason Cross talk to SJI Holliday about writing American thrillers as part of the Bute Noir festival.

More details and tickets at the festival website.

Waterstones Oban

Mason Cross will be appearing at Waterstones Oban to read from and sign copies of his new book Don’t Look For Me, the fourth in the Carter Blake series.

Contact the store on 01631 571455 for details.

Weegie Wednesday

Mason Cross will be talking about his novels at this monthly networking social for writers, publishers, booksellers, librarians, readers – anyone interested in books.

For more details, see www.weegiewednesday.org

Waterstones Kirkcaldy

Mason Cross will be appearing at Waterstones Kirkcaldy to read from and sign copies of his new book Don’t Look For Me, the fourth in the Carter Blake series.

Contact the store on 01592 263755 for details.

Don’t Look For Me – official launch

Join Deanston Award shortlisted author Neil Broadfoot (Falling Fast, All the Devils) in conversation with Mason Cross for the official launch of his new novel Don’t Look For Me, published by Orion Books.

Don’t Look For Me sees manhunter Carter Blake on the trail of an old ghost from his past, in an adventure that will take him from the bright lights of Vegas to the Arizona desert.

There will be a reading, a Q&A and a signing. More importantly, there will be free wine. The event is free and all are welcome. You can register with Eventbrite to let us know you’re coming.

Orkney Library – Crime Reading Group

Mason Cross will be appearing at Orkney Library’s Crime Reading Group to talk about writing and his novels The Killing Season, The Samaritan, The Time to Kill and his latest, Don’t Look For Me.
Contact the library on 01856 873166 for more details.

Cambuslang Library

Mason Cross will be appearing at Cambuslang Library to talk about writing and his novels The Killing Season, The Samaritan, The Time to Kill and his latest, Don’t Look For Me. There will be a talk, a Q&A and a signing.
Free event – contact the library on 0141 584 2530 for more details.

Aye Write – Ian Rankin on 30 Years of Rebus

2017 marks the thirtieth anniversary of one of crime fiction’s greatest characters, John Rebus, created by one of the world’s leading crime writers, Ian Rankin. In that time Ian’s books have been translated into 36 languages and are bestsellers on several continents. He is the recipient of four CWA Dagger Awards and in 2004, won America’s celebrated Edgar Award. He is also the recipient of honorary degrees from the universities of Abertay, St Andrews, Hull and Edinburgh and received the OBE for services to literature. Ian will be in conversation with fellow crime writer Mason Cross about how the character and book s have changed over the years culminating in the latest Rather Be the Devil a tale of twisted power, deep-rooted corruption and bitter rivalries.

Tickets £10, available from the Aye Write website