Voices in Modern Scottish Literature: Louise Welsh and Zoe Strachan
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As a celebration of Scottish literature The Bookworm International Literary Festival is proud to host two of Scotland's leading literary voices as they discuss their body of work - as well as their collaborations together. Gripping thrillers, full of dark humor, obsession and page-turning secrets, have made Louise Welsh one of Scotland's leading crime writers.
Welsh is the author of four novels, The Cutting Room, Tamburlaine Must Die, The Bullet Trick and most recently Naming the Bones. Known for her prize-winning fiction, Zoe Strachan is the author of two novels, Negative Space and Spin Cycle, as well as essays, short stories and
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