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Granite Noir:

Year of Scotland's Stories

Chaired by Fiona Stalker

  • 24 Feb 2022
  • 6:00pm
  • Lemon Tree

Overview

Granite Noir: Year of Scotland’s Stories

Two of the country’s most exciting new voices join us to celebrate 2022 as the Year of Scotland’s Stories. In Ewan Gault’s The Sound of Sirens, DI Stark faces a rise in teenage crime, a significant drug operation and vicious turf war in a small coastal town in North East Scotland. While Leela Soma’s Murder at the Mela investigates the brutal murder of an Asian woman, exploring the hate that lurks in the darkest corners but also exists on the streets we walk.

Price

£9.50

Further Information

Granite Noir Discounts

The more shows you enjoy at Granite Noir 2022, the  more you save! Just log in to your account add the shows to your basket and the discounts will add automatically!

Buy 5 or more – 15% off
Buy 10 or more – 20% off
Buy 12 or more – 25% off

Does not include film screenings or Locked Door Games.

About the authors

Ewan Gault

Ewan Gault is the author of the novel ‘The Most Distant Way’ and numerous short stories that have appeared in anthologies and magazines including New Writing Scotland and Gutter.  Extracts from the novel have won the Fish Knife Award and the Toulmin Prize. He works as an English teacher in a sixth form college in Tottenham.

 

Leela Soma

Leela Soma is a Scottish-based writer who was born in Madras (former name for Chennai) in India, and now lives in Glasgow.

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