Set in Scotland

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  • crime thriller
  • crime thriller
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Thriller Trail

LG Thomson's Thrillers With Attitude are set in Scotland. From the Atlantic coast on the west to the North Sea on the east, from buzzing cities like Glasgow and Dundee, to tiny hamlets like Ardmair, from scenic to gritty, remote isle to urban sprawl, from iconic to obscure, Scotland's rich and varied landscape provides a beguiling background for her twisting thrillers.

XpoNorth

crime thriller

XpoNorth is Scotland's leading creative industries festival. Over two exciting days and nights, XpoNorth provides a buzzing atmosphere where creative people can meet, be inspired and forge new relationships. It's the kind of place where exciting things can and do happen. A unique event in the UK's cultural calendar, XpoNorth covers: crafts, fashion and textiles; writing and publishing; gaming; screen and broadcast; and music.

XpoNorth

Inverness

crime thriller

The only city in the Scottish Highlands, Inverness features in EACH NEW MORN and is the main location for crime thriller, BOYLE'S LAW. In Shakespeare's Macbeth, the murder of Duncan takes place in Inverness Castle. The last pitched battle fought on British soil took place at nearby Culloden Moor. The city sits astride the River Ness, which flows from nearby Loch Ness, home of the famous Loch Ness Monster.

Culloden

Ullapool

crime thriller

Fiercely defended by survivors in EACH NEW MORN, the village of Ullapool is home to thriller writer, LG Thomson. Situated on the north west coast of Scotland, the village is peaceful through the winter months, vibrant in the summer. Founded as a herring port, Ullapool experienced an economic boom in the 1970s with the arrival of Russian Klondykers. Nowadays the village is famed for its varied festivals, including the Ullapool Book Festival and Loopallu.

Loopallu

On Location

Available online from Amazon, and from Ullapool Bookshop, The Ceilidh Place Bookshop, Nairn Bookshop, and The Old Ferry craft co-op, Kylesku.