Denise Mina is one of Scotland's greatest contemporary crime writers and a favourite of our audiences. Her debut Garnethill was published to great acclaim and she has published 14 novels and also writes short stories, plays and graphic novels. We are delighted to announce that she will be taking part in our digital Book Week Scotland programme discussing her latest novel, The Less Dead.
When Margo goes in search of her birth mother for the first time, she meets her aunt, Nikki, instead. Margo learns that her mother, Susan, was a sex worker murdered soon after Margo's adoption. To this day, Susan's killer has never been found. Nikki asks Margo for help. She has received threatening and haunting letters from the murderer, for decades. She is determined to find him, but she can't do it alone... Join Denise for this video presentation of The Less Dead
This event will be live-streamed via the West Dunbartonshire Libraries YouTube channel. A direct link will be available from www.libraryonline.org.uk(this will open in a new window) closer to Book Week Scotland. Please contact the organiser for more information.
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This event is not organised by Scottish Book Trust therefore we cannot accept any responsibility for its delivery or content.
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