Author Michael Malone launches his first crime novel ‘Blood Tears’

Book shelf with books and feet poking out with dead body toe tag on one foot

NATIONAL CRIME WRITING MONTH JUNE 2012

It’s National Crime Writing Month in June and we can’t wait to celebrate our favourite reading genre.  For the next week or so we will be posting on our blog the wide variety of events that will be taking place in and about South Ayrshire Libraries. There is something for everyone to enjoy; book groups, author talks, an old Ayr crime walk, murder mystery writing workshops and competitions galore. We really hope you can join us for a whole month of crime related thrills…it would be a crime to miss it!

Download our Crime Writing Events leaflet.

Blood Tears by Michael Malone

Author Michael Malone ‘Blood Tears’

A body is discovered: the terrible mutilations spell out the wounds of the Stigmata.  For Glasgow DI Ray McBain, the killing’s are strangely familiar…and then the dreams begin.

A cool new voice in the popular Scottish crime fiction genre, Malone deserves a place alongside the likes of Stuart MacBride, Alex Grey and Ian Rankin.

Monday 6th June 2012, Carnegie Library at 7.30pm
Tickets £3, refreshments provided. 

Find other titles by Michael Malone on our library catalogue.

For more information and tickets:
Carnegie Library, 12 Main Street, Ayr KA8 8EB
t: 01292 286385 or  e: carnegie.library@south-ayrshire.gov.uk

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One Response to “Author Michael Malone launches his first crime novel ‘Blood Tears’”

  1. Matt Knox Says:

    The book sounds great.

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