Pine, by Francine Toon (Doubleday) has been shortlisted for the Bloody Scotland Scottish Crime Debut of the Year, awarded by the Bloody Scotland International Crime Writing Festival “to recognise the quality in new talent blossoming within crime writing.”
Winners receive a check for £500 and a trophy sponsored by the Glencairn Glass. Bloody Scotland 2020, scheduled for September 18-20 in Stirling, UK, has been canceled. Winners will be announced online on September 18, 2020.
For more information, including the complete shortlist, visit the Bloody Scotland website.
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