Moray Libraries are welcoming best-selling author, Stuart MacBride, to Elgin Library on 4 May 2022 at 7pm.
The event, in collaboration with Waterstones Elgin, will see the Aberdeenshire-based author, who regularly tops the most borrowed charts in Moray, talk about his new novel No Less the Devil.
The new novel focuses on a recently freed killer calling on DS Lucy McVeigh for protection from forces even more brutal than himself.
Renowned for his entertaining events and his ‘no holds barred’ delivery, the Granite Noir crime writing festival ambassador will be adding his own special kind of appeal to the recent return of in-person author events in Moray’s libraries.
Principal Librarian, David Hayden, looks forward to a packed event:
“We’re delighted our author events are back and this promises to be a particularly entertaining prospect with Stuart MacBride.
“Our libraries have been operating more or less as normal for a year now and bringing our in-person events back is the icing on the cake for us.
“The cherry will be seeing Moray’s crime writing fans packing out this event at Elgin Library, in this, Scotland’s Year of Stories.”
Stuart MacBride’s books will be on sale on the evening and he’ll gladly sign any copies purchased.
Places for this hotly anticipated event are free but must be booked in advance by phoning Elgin Library on 01343 562602 or online by clicking here.