Murderabilia

A tale that begins with a neat pile of clothes at the side of a busy Glasgow railway track doesn’t sound all that promising, does…

Murderabilia

Written by Craig Robertson — Many of us had a hobby when we were children. Stamp collecting perhaps? Stock-piling beer mats? These days they go…

Everyone has a hobby…

On the Radar — Craig Robertson is a Scottish author who often comes up with an unusual theme or concept for his novels. For instance,…

  • Published in News

In Place of Death

Written by Craig Robertson — Reading crime fiction is an education. Imaginative modes of death notwithstanding, you get the lowdown on some pretty unusual subjects.…

The Last Refuge

When Scotsman John Callum arrives in the Faroe Islands, he discovers a place that’s as forlorn and remote as he is. Callum is running from…

Iceland Noir: Is Scotland Nordic?

Today Reykjavik is just as gloomy and grey as yesterday – perfect, then, for today’s key panel discussion on whether or not Scotland’s crime fiction…

  • Published in Features

Witness the Dead

Written by Craig Robertson — Craig Robertson‘s first novel, Random, was shortlisted for the CWA New Blood Dagger and hit the Sunday Times bestseller list in…

Interview: Craig Robertson

After a successful career in journalism Craig Robertson has taken to a life of writing crime fiction. His work is marked by crisp prose, smart…

Cold Grave

Written by Craig Robertson — Random, Robertson’s first novel, is a firm fixture on my top 10 crimes novels. Genuinely chilling and with one of…

Milo’s picks for June

A pinch and a punch for the first of the month, but not only that. Our guest columnist Miles of the ever popular book blog…