Bloody Scotland: Taking over the reins
Felix Francis and Stella Duffy
Following in the bloodied footsteps of two of the biggest names in crime fiction is a daunting task but these authors have done so with aplomb.
Felix Francis was always the front runner to keep the work of his father – the legendary Dick Francis – on track. Crisis is his thirteenth fast-paced racing novel.
Stella Duffy, bestselling author of 15 novels, took up the challenge of completing an unfinished work by Golden Age queen of crime, Ngaio Marsh. Working with just the title, Marsh’s first three chapters and some notes, she has produced the stunning Money in the Morgue.