Bookpoint is thrilled to be welcoming Scottish crime writer Douglas Skelton on Thursday 18th of August at 5pm.
From gritty Glasgow thrillers, to enthralling mysteries set in the Highlands, Skelton has captured audiences with his compelling writing and gripping plots – this is definitely not an event to be missed.
Tickets are £5 and include tea with cream scones, available from Bookpoint.
About Where Demons Hide:
Something scared Nuala Flaherty to death. When her body is found in the centre of a pentagram on a lonely moor, Rebecca is determined to find out what. Was she killed by supernatural means, or is there a more down-to-earth explanation?
Rebecca’s investigation leads her to a mysterious cult and local drug dealings. But what she doesn’t know is that crime matriarch Mo Burke still has her in her crosshairs. Mo wants payback for the death of her son, and after one failed attempt to hurt Rebecca, she is upping the ante. And this time, it could be lethal.
About Douglas Skelton:
Douglas Skelton was born in Glasgow. He has been a bank clerk, tax officer, taxi driver (for two days), wine waiter (for two hours), journalist and investigator. He has written several true crime and Scottish criminal history books but now concentrates on fiction. Thunder Bay (longlisted for the McIlvanney Prize), The Blood Is Still, A Rattle of Bones and Where Demons Hide are the first four novels in the bestselling Rebecca Connolly thriller series.