Alanna Knight, MBE

Alanna is one of the most popular authors in UK libraries and has been named as one of The Times “100 Masters of Crime”.

She is a leading crime writer who has three historical crime series, the Victorian detective Inspector Jeremy Faro, lady investigator Rose McQuinn, and time-traveller Tam Eildor. Her 60 published works also include romantic thrillers and historical novels.

Alanna is the authority on Robert Louis Stevenson and her non-fiction includes true crime, “how to write” guides and biographies and she appears regularly at the Edinburgh International Book Festival and many other literary events.

See Alanna: 

Print Point on Sunday 5 August at 12.45pm – 1.45pm for Bloody Bute with Myra Duffy and Michael J Malone.

There is an extra event on Thursday 2 August at 7pm in Bute Museum – an Evening with Alanna Knight.

Alanna will be discussing her latest novel ‘Murder Lies Waiting’ with Myra Duffy which as you can see from the front cover, is set on Bute.

Tickets are £4 and available from Bute Museum, Print Point and Rothesay Library.