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Banffshire Coast News

Portsoy's fourth book festival confirmed for March 11th and 12th

The fourth Portsoy Book Festival will be held at the Salmon Bothy in Portsoy.  To be officially opened by festival patron Mrs Clare Russell, HM Lord-Lieutenant of Banffshire on Saturday 11th March at 2pm.

It all promises to be a memorable weekend of thilling stories!

The events will take place in the atmospheric setting of Upstairs at the Bothy and at The Station Hotel in Portsoy.


SATURDAY 11th MARCH - 2.00 - 4.00pm– TICKETS £10
PARTNERS IN CRIME

ANN CLEEVES
Bestselling novelist and creator of the “Shetland” and “Vera” TV series

ALEX GRAY
Born and educated in Glasgow - the city provides the backdrop for her crime novels

CARO RAMSAY
Writer of crime fiction from her home city of Glasgow

SUNDAY 12th MARCH - 11.00am – 1.00pm –TICKETS £5

CRAIG ROBERTSON
Bestselling author Craig Robertson relates his writing career and his latest murder mystery featuring his maverick police photographer, Tony Winter.

SUNDAY 12th MARCH - 2.00 – 4.00pm – TICKETS £5

JAMES OSWALD
Creator of Detective Inspector Mclean. His new novel “Written in Bones” will be published in February 2017

ALL TICKETS INCLUDE REFRESHMENTS AND ARE AVAILABLE FROM
PORTSOY ICE CREAM SHOP OR RESERVED BY CALLING 01261 843822


With the generous support of our local sponsors and the Scottish Book Trust

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