Mary Paulson – Ellis @ The Edinburgh International Book Festival

Mary Paulson-Ellis lives in Edinburgh. She has an MLitt in Creative Writing from the University of Glasgow and was awarded the inaugural Curtis Brown Prize for Fiction in 2009 and the Literature Works First Page Prize in 2013. Her debut novel, The Other Mrs Walker was a Times bestseller and Waterstones Scottish Book of the Year. Mary was Highly Commended as a Rising Star in the DIVA Literary Awards and shortlisted as a Breakthrough Author in the Books Are My Bag Readers Awards 2017. In 2016 she was named an Amazon Rising Star. The Inheritance of Solomon Farthing is her second novel.

Due out 5th September 2019

 

Solomon knew that he had one advantage. A pawn ticket belonging to a dead man tucked into his top pocket – the only clue to the truth . . .

An old soldier dies alone in his Edinburgh nursing home. No known relatives, and no Will to enact. Just a pawn ticket found amongst his belongings, and fifty thousand pounds in used notes sewn into the lining of his burial suit . . .

Heir Hunter, Solomon Farthing – down on his luck, until, perhaps, now – is tipped off on this unexplained fortune. Armed with only the deceased’s name and the crumpled pawn ticket, he must find the dead man’s closest living relative if he is to get a cut of this much-needed cash.

But in trawling through the deceased’s family tree, Solomon uncovers a mystery that goes back to 1918 and a group of eleven soldiers abandoned in a farmhouse billet in France in the weeks leading up to the armistice.

Set between contemporary Edinburgh and the final brutal days of the First World War as the soldiers await their orders, The Inheritance of Solomon Farthing shows us how the debts of the present can never be settled unless those of the past have been paid first . . .

 

Somehow she’d always known that she would end like this. In a small square room, in a small square flat. In a small square box, perhaps. Cardboard, with a sticker on the outside. And a name . . .

An old lady dies alone and unheeded in a cold Edinburgh flat on a snowy Christmas night. A faded emerald dress hangs in her wardrobe; a spilt glass of whisky pools on the floor.

A few days later a middle-aged woman arrives back in the city she thought she’d left behind, her future uncertain, her past in tatters.

She soon finds herself a job at the Office for Lost People, tracking down the families of those who have died neglected and alone.

But what Margaret Penny cannot yet know, is just how entangled her own life will become in the death of one lonely stranger . . .

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There’s Been a Murder Picks of the Edinburgh International Book Festival 2019 Part Four

Tom Barbash & Ewan Morrison

Thu 22 Aug 13:45 – 14:45 The Spiegeltent £12.00, £10.00

DELUDED DREAMS OF FREEDOM

Hear from two authors whose latest fictions are founded on fantastical fact as they discuss their new books with author David Mitchell. Multi-talented Scottish writer Ewan Morrison returns to novel-writing with Nina X, a story of a girl’s imprisonment in a London flat by a monstrous leader. The brilliant American author Tom Barbash launches his evocative and wildly absorbing new novel The Dakota Winters, set in New York City in the run-up to John Lennon’s assassination.

https://www.edbookfest.co.uk/the-festival/whats-on/tom-barbash-ewan-morrison

Mark Billingham 

 Thu 22 Aug 20:45 – 21:45 

 

 Spark Theatre on George Street 

 

 £12.00, £10.00

Mark Billingham

REAPING SECRETS OF SUCCESS

Mark Billingham has a secret in store for fans of Tom Thorne and Nicola Tanner. Their Little Secret, the latest from the Theakston Old Peculier Crime Novel Award winner, features a single mum seeking excitement but finding something altogether more frightening. While Billingham is riding high on the success of one bestseller after another, he continues to write intelligent and authentic crime books. What’s his secret? Find out today as he talks to Scottish comedian Fred MacAulay.

https://www.edbookfest.co.uk/the-festival/whats-on/mark-billingham-6-13315#

Elif Shafak 

 Fri 23 Aug 10:15 – 11:15 

 

 The Spiegeltent 

 

 £12.00, £10.00

Elif Shafak

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LIFE AFTER DEATH

Studies of bodies shortly after death suggest brain activity may continue for minutes after the blood supply has stopped. This lies behind Elif Shafak’s intriguing novel 10 Minutes and 38 Seconds in This Strange World, which chronicles the ebbing thoughts of a murdered Turkish woman. Surprisingly funny and deeply moving, the story explores her gorgeous memories as well as the mistreatment of one ordinary human. Join Shafak as she discusses the ideas in her new book with Lennie Goodings.

Haylen Beck & Lilja Sigurdardottir 

 Fri 23 Aug 13:45 – 14:45 

 

 The Spiegeltent 

 

 £ What you can 

Pay what you can for this event: choose your own ticket price on the booking form.

Haylen Beck & Lilja Sigurdardottir

WHEN SONS DISAPPEAR

Missing boys connect new books from Edgar-nominated author Haylen Beck (pen name of bestselling writer Stuart Neville) and Icelandic crime writer Lilja Sigurdardottir. Beck’s Lost You follows two women seeking a disappeared child whom they both claim is rightfully theirs. In Trap, the second entry in Sigurdardottir’s Reykjavik Noir trilogy, a young mother finds herself in the midst of a nightmare when her son is snatched. Discover gripping new fiction this afternoon as they talk to author Mary Paulson-Ellis.

We invite you to Pay What You Can for this event. You may choose to pay an amount between £0 and £25 for your ticket, taking into consideration what you can reasonably afford to spend. This pricing has been introduced to help make the Book Festival accessible to those with limited means. If you are able to pay more for your ticket, you will help support our efforts to provide financial flexibility to those who most need it.

https://www.edbookfest.co.uk/the-festival/whats-on/haylen-beck-lilja-sigurdardottir-13398

Leye Adenle & Alan Parks 

 Sat 24 Aug 13:45 – 14:45 

 

 The Spiegeltent 

 

 £12.00, £10.00

Leye Adenle & Alan Parks

ON GRIMY STREETS

The second book in Nigeria-born Leye Adenle’s Amaka Mbadiwe series, When Trouble Sleeps, finds the self-appointed saviour of Lagos’s sex workers embroiled in a political scandal that may have devastating consequences. Scottish crime writer Alan Parks returns to his Harry McCoy thriller series as Glasgow’s gangland warfare heats up in February’s Son. These are two talented writers to keep an eye on.

https://www.edbookfest.co.uk/the-festival/whats-on/leye-adenle-alan-parks-13458

Kirsty Wark 

 Sat 24 Aug 18:45 – 19:45 

 

 The New York Times Main Theatre 

 

 £12.00, £10.00

Kirsty Wark

MYSTERIES OF THE LOCH

After a hugely successful debut novel which harnessed exquisite storytelling and a gorgeous evocation of wartime Arran, Kirsty Wark returns with The House by the Loch, a family mystery set on the shores of Loch Doon. A young mother feels trapped in her remote rural home, and the consequences reverberate for generations. One of our leading broadcasters, Wark proves she knows the difference between fiction and fake news. Chaired by Jane Fowler.

https://www.edbookfest.co.uk/the-festival/whats-on/kirsty-wark-1-13435

Claire Askew & Thomas Enger 

 Sun 25 Aug 12:00 – 13:00 

 

 The Spiegeltent 

 

 £12.00, £10.00

Claire Askew & Thomas Enger

EUROCRIME SCRIBES

Our Citizen schools writer-in-residence, Claire Askew, is a major new voice in British crime fiction. What You Pay For is her second novel, revolving around the mysterious reappearance of DI Birch’s younger brother. Norway’s Thomas Enger is making waves with his latest, Inborn, which covers disturbing ground as a teenager is charged with the murders of two school friends. Discover a new generation of noir superstars.

George Alagiah 

 Sun 25 Aug 18:45 – 19:45 

 

 The New York Times Main Theatre 

 

 £12.00, £10.00

George Alagiah

A BURNING AMBITION

Join popular BBC broadcaster George Alagiah as he takes off his reporting hat and plunges into a new career as political thriller writer, drawing on his knowledge and experience of working in Africa. The Burning Land sees South Africa torn apart by propaganda and murder as one of the country’s bright young hopes is slain. Two childhood friends reunite in order to fight for the soul of their nation. Chaired by Allan Little.

Vote for The Burning Land by George Alagiah in the First Book Award.

https://www.edbookfest.co.uk/the-festival/whats-on/george-alagiah

Jan-Philipp Sendker 

 Mon 26 Aug 15:30 – 16:30 

 

 Writers’ Retreat 

 

 £8.00, £6.00

Jan-Philipp Sendker

CHINESE WHISPERS

Few things could be more terrifying than a threat against your child’s safety. That’s the propulsive force behind Jan-Philipp Sendker’s gripping thriller The Far Side of the Night, the last in the bestselling Rising Dragon series. Paul and Christine are many miles from the sanctuary of China’s US Embassy, in need of help and unable to trust the strangers around them. Sendker takes us deep into the soul of modern China.

https://www.edbookfest.co.uk/the-festival/whats-on/jan-philipp-sendker-13743

Wayne Holloway & Malcolm Mackay 

 Mon 26 Aug 20:30 – 21:30 

 

 Baillie Gifford Corner Theatre 

 

 £8.00, £6.00

Wayne Holloway & Malcolm Mackay

PREDICTING THE FUTURE

Join two writers with captivating but bleak visions of the future. In Bindlestiff, author and director Wayne Holloway weaves prose and screenplay to craft a dystopian satire on Hollywood, race and class divisions in a post-Trump era. Stornoway writer Malcolm Mackay’s A Line of Forgotten Blood is a gumshoe caper set in an independent, and corrupt, Scotland. Are their tales really as far-fetched as they initially seem?

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There’s Been a Murder Picks of the Edinburgh International Book Festival 2019 Part Three

Sue Lawrence & Angela Meyer 

 Sun 18 Aug 13:45 – 14:45 

 

 The Spiegeltent 

 

 £12.00, £10.00

Sue Lawrence & Angela Meyer

WHIPPING UP HISTORICAL STORMS

Masterchef winner Sue Lawrence is known for her cookery writing but is also an established writer of historical thrillers. Lawrence discusses Down to the Sea, a tense affair switching between modern-day and 1890s Edinburgh. Melbourne-based Angela Meyer’s debut A Superior Spectre also zips back and forth in time, and 1860s Edinburgh provides a dark setting. Hear how the city’s past sparked these authors’ imaginations, as they talk to Jenny Brown.

https://www.edbookfest.co.uk/the-festival/whats-on/sue-lawrence-angela-meyer-13592

Quintin Jardine 

 Sun 18 Aug 19:15 – 20:15 

 

 Spark Theatre on George Street 

 

 £12.00, £10.00

Quintin Jardine

COLD CASES HOTTING UP

Ex-Chief Constable Bob Skinner is enjoying his 30th anniversary as a fictional character and in book number 30, Cold Case, his Scottish creator Quintin Jardine turns the screw on him once again. When a journalist uncovers fresh evidence about a case that has been closed for three decades, Skinner is dragged back to save an old pal. Hear from this prolific master about the creation of an epic series.

https://www.edbookfest.co.uk/the-festival/whats-on/quintin-jardine-9-13590

Susan Fletcher & Michelle Paver 

 Mon 19 Aug 10:15 – 11:15 

 

 The Spiegeltent 

 

 £12.00, £10.00

Susan Fletcher & Michelle Paver

THE CHILLS, THEY’RE MULTIPLYING

While horror fans lap up blood and gore, the subtlety of a well-told ghost story can chill a reader to the bones. House of Glass, by Whitbread First Novel Award-winning Susan Fletcher, features love, lies and ghosts as Britain enters the First World War. Michelle Paver’s Wakenhyrst is a gothic thriller where unspeakable forces are unleashed. Join them to discuss the art of building spine-tingling suspense.

https://www.edbookfest.co.uk/the-festival/whats-on/susan-fletcher-michelle-paver-13210

Kjell Ola Dahl & Mary Paulson-Ellis 

 Mon 19 Aug 13:45 – 14:45 

 

 The Spiegeltent 

 

 £12.00, £10.00

Kjell Ola Dahl & Mary Paulson-Ellis

THE PAST OFFLOADS ITS SECRETS

In his new book The Courier, Kjell Ola Dahl, aka the godfather of Nordic Noir, tracks between the 1960s and the Second World War through characters haunted by betrayal and death. Mary Paulson-Ellis follows up her 2017 Waterstones Scottish Book of the Year with The Inheritance of Solomon Farthing, a historical mystery that sees a modern-day heir hunter in Scotland seeking the owner of a dead man’s fortune. They meet to discuss the power of long-dead secrets.

https://www.edbookfest.co.uk/the-festival/whats-on/kjell-ola-dahl-mary-paulson-ellis-13211

Caroline Lea & Kaite Welsh 

 Mon 19 Aug 14:00 – 15:00 

 

 Baillie Gifford Corner Theatre 

 

 £8.00, £6.00

Caroline Lea & Kaite Welsh

HISTORY’S MYSTERIES UNWRAPPED

Period thrillers don’t get better than these two new British novels by Caroline Lea and Kaite Welsh. In Lea’s stellar The Glass Woman, a windswept 17th century Icelandic village is plunged into paranoia with the arrival of a newly married couple. Welsh’s popular Victorian Edinburgh medical mystery series continues in The Unquiet Heart, as Sarah Gilchrist finds herself defending her dull fiancé against murder charges. The two writers discuss their ideas with fellow novelist Angela Meyer.

https://www.edbookfest.co.uk/the-festival/whats-on/caroline-lea-kaite-welsh-13283

Lin Anderson & Jacob Ross 

 Tue 20 Aug 13:45 – 14:45 

 

 The Spiegeltent 

 

 £12.00, £10.00

Lin Anderson & Jacob Ross

FORENSIC COPS DELVE INTO HORROR

Bestselling crime writer Lin Anderson launches her second Rhona MacLeod thriller of the year. Time for the Dead sees the forensics expert seek the truth of a horrible crime on the Isle of Skye. Grenada-born novelist Jacob Ross’s Black Rain Falling features forensics expert Michael ‘Digger’ Digson, as he finds out the lengths people go to to protect their loved ones. The pair dissect their unsettling new novels today.

https://www.edbookfest.co.uk/the-festival/whats-on/lin-anderson-jacob-ross-13245

Mark Galeotti 

 Tue 20 Aug 15:45 – 16:45 

 

 Spark Theatre on George Street 

 

 £12.00, £10.00

Mark Galeotti

FROM RUSSIA WITH HATE

Known by their distinctive tattoos, the vory v zakone (translated as ‘thief in law’) have a long and dishonourable history as a criminal underclass in the Soviet Union and Russia. An expert on transnational crime and Russian security affairs, Mark Galeotti traces their trajectory in The Vory: Russia’s Super Mafia from Gulag offenders to the age of the oligarch, all examined in today’s eye-opening event with Trevor Royle.

https://www.edbookfest.co.uk/the-festival/whats-on/mark-galeotti-13241

Denise Mina & Matt Wesolowski 

 Tue 20 Aug 19:15 – 20:15 

 

 Spark Theatre on George Street 

 

 £12.00, £10.00

Denise Mina & Matt Wesolowski

WHERE TRUTH AND CRIME MEET

If you’re addicted to true crime podcasts, the new page-turners discussed today give you good reason to remove those headphones. McIlvanney Prize winner Denise Mina’s Conviction involves a woman plunging wrecklessly into a podcast’s unsolved mystery after she was abandoned. Acclaimed horror writer Matt Wesolowski’s Changeling continues his book series with the case of a disappeared boy. Don’t miss this event if you’re a fan of the massively popular true crime podcast Serial.

https://www.edbookfest.co.uk/the-festival/whats-on/denise-mina-matt-wesolowski-13206

Jess Kidd & E S Thomson 

 Wed 21 Aug 10:15 – 11:15 

 

 The Spiegeltent 

 

 £12.00, £10.00

Jess Kidd & E S Thomson

UNDER THE KNIFE

Medicine, murder and the macabre meet in Victorian London. A discovery in an anatomy school mortuary takes Jem Flockhart and Will Quartermain on a high-stakes search for answers in E S Thomson’s Surgeon’s Hall. Jess Kidd’s Things in Jars sees Bridie Devine, the finest female detective in 1860s London, take on the case of a child gone missing. Hear what attracted both to set mysteries in the London fog. Chaired by Anya Clayworth.

https://www.edbookfest.co.uk/the-festival/whats-on/jess-kidd-e-s-thomson-13371

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There’s Been a Murder Picks of the Edinburgh International Book Festival 2019 Part Two

Kate Hamer & Doug Johnstone 

 Fri 16 Aug 13:45 – 14:45 

 

 The Spiegeltent 

 

 £12.00, £10.00

Kate Hamer & Doug Johnstone

AND THE LAWLESSNESS WON

The tenth crime novel from Edinburgh’s Doug Johnstone, Breakers follows a teenager trying to escape his dysfunctional family whilst implicated in the assault of a crime-lord’s wife. In Crushed, Kate Hamer’s follow-up to the bestselling The Girl in the Red Coat, can Phoebe control events to such a degree that when she thinks about murder, carnage occurs nearby? Meet two accomplished writers of lively lawless tales in conversation with writer and broadcaster James Crawford.

https://www.edbookfest.co.uk/the-festival/whats-on/kate-hamer-doug-johnstone-13514

Helen FitzGerald & Helga Flatland 

 Sat 17 Aug 12:00 – 13:00 

 

 The Spiegeltent 

 

 £12.00, £10.00

Helen FitzGerald & Helga Flatland

OPENING UP FAMILY AFFAIRS

Glasgow-based Australian Helen FitzGerald struck gold recently with the BBC adaptation of The Cry; her latest novel Worst Case Scenario covers equally disturbing ground as a family murder is investigated. In Norwegian Helga Flatland’s A Modern Family, adult siblings must come to terms with the news that their elderly parents are divorcing. Together they ask: is it possible to know everything about those closest to us? They discuss their ideas and the inspiration for their new books with fellow author Karen Campbell.

https://www.edbookfest.co.uk/the-festival/whats-on/helen-fitzgerald-helga-flatland

Ambrose Parry 

 Sat 17 Aug 20:30 – 21:30 

 

 The New York Times Main Theatre 

 

 £12.00, £10.00

CAPTIONED EVENTAmbrose Parry

THE ANAESTHETICS OF CRIME

Crime-writing duo Chris Brookmyre and Marisa Haetzman introduced the shadowy streets of 1840s Edinburgh in The Way of All Flesh last year. Now they launch the sequel, The Art of Dying. Will Raven is a qualified medical practitioner but becomes embroiled in an effort to clear his mentor’s name following the death of a patient. Don’t miss this highlight of the Scottish literary season.

Arne Dahl & Alex Gray 

 Sat 17 Aug 20:45 – 21:45 

 

 Spark Theatre on George Street 

 

 £12.00, £10.00

Arne Dahl & Alex Gray

WHEN HUNTER BECOMES HUNTED

Two of the finest Eurocrime writers combine for an event exploring humanity’s darker side. Scandi author Arne Dahl puts Stockholm police officer Desiré Rosenkvist in the firing line in new novel Hunted, while Alex Gray’s DS William Lorimer series continues in The Stalker, in which the Glasgow cop shields his novelist wife while investigating the murders of two young women. Join them for a foray into criminal investigation, in conversation with writer and broadcaster James Crawford.

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There’s Been a Murder Picks of the Edinburgh International Book Festival 2019 Part One

Parker Bilal & James Oswald 

 Sat 10 Aug 12:00 – 13:00 

 

 The Spiegeltent 

 

 £12.00, £10.00

Parker Bilal & James Oswald

CREATING A DETECTIVE SERIES

New novels from Parker Bilal and James Oswald find investigators at different ends of crime-cracking careers. Following the success of his Makana Mystery series, Bilal’s The Divinities marks DS Calil Drake and Dr Rayhana Crane’s maiden voyage as they attempt to solve a brutal murder in Battersea. Oswald’s Cold As The Grave – complete with mummified bodies in Edinburgh – sees DCI Tony McLean in his ninth outing. The authors talk to Brian Taylor.

https://www.edbookfest.co.uk/the-festival/whats-on/parker-bilal-james-oswald-13209

Louise Doughty & Stuart Turton 

 Sun 11 Aug 13:45 – 14:45 

 

 The Spiegeltent 

 

 £12.00, £10.00

Louise Doughty & Stuart Turton

CLEVERLY NOVEL WRITING

Meet two British writers of cleverly conceived and suspenseful stories, Louise Doughty and Stuart Turton, who come together to talk about their new novels. The Seven Deaths Of Evelyn Hardcastle, Turton’s 2018 Costa First Novel Award-winning debut, sees its central character killed afresh daily until her would-be saviour tries to solve the riddle. Doughty, author of the hugely successful Apple Tree Yard, talks about Platform Seven, which has her protagonist trying to prevent people taking their own lives at a railway station.

https://www.edbookfest.co.uk/the-festival/whats-on/louise-doughty-stuart-turton-13295

Stuart MacBride 

 Sun 11 Aug 20:45 – 21:45 

 

 Spark Theatre on George Street 

 £12.00, £10.00

Stuart MacBride

LA SCOTIA NOSTRA

With the nation at boiling point, someone’s sending messages in blood in the latest dark thriller from Stuart MacBride. Inspector Logan Macrae is back after a year off, but there’s no rest when a high-profile anti-Independence campaigner disappears amid growing tensions between those fighting for Scotland’s future. Can Logan survive in the cauldron of Scottish politics? Spend an hour with this master of suspense.

https://www.edbookfest.co.uk/the-festival/whats-on/stuart-macbride-5-13290

James Runcie 

 Mon 12 Aug 18:45 – 19:45 

 The New York Times Main Theatre 

 

 £12.00, £10.00

James Runcie

GOOD MAN OF GRANTCHESTER

Journey back in time with The Road to Grantchester, James Runcie’s superb prequel to his successful Grantchester Mysteries series. The future Archdeacon Sidney Chambers’s young life is turned inside out when the Second World War tears through Britain’s idyll, and he returns from Italy burdened with a secret. Runcie discusses his new book with Jane Fowler, in a perfect introduction for new readers and a deep dive for existing fans.

https://www.edbookfest.co.uk/the-festival/whats-on/james-runcie-3-13327

Chris Brookmyre 

 Mon 12 Aug 20:30 – 21:30 

 The New York Times Main Theatre 

 

 £12.00, £10.00

BSL EventChris Brookmyre

CRIMINALLY IRREVERENT WIT

Sixteen years on from the death of young Niamh on a holiday in Portugal, the glamorous Temple clan hold a fateful family reunion in Fallen Angel, Chris Brookmyre’s new standalone thriller. For Amanda, a neighbouring nanny, fascination gives way to suspicion – what did happen to the girl? Among our finest crime writers and funniest speakers, Brookmyre is back with one of his best stories yet. He talks to Brian Taylor.

https://www.edbookfest.co.uk/the-festival/whats-on/chris-brookmyre-4-13328

Joanne Harris 

 Tue 13 Aug 11:45 – 12:45 

 The New York Times Main Theatre 

 

 £12.00, £10.00

Joanne Harris

INDULGENT FICTION

Vianne Rocher is back, but trouble could be brewing in Lansquenet-sous-Tannes. Joanne Harris revisits the world of Chocolat 20 years on. In The Strawberry Thief, life has settled down for Rocher, but the death of a local florist brings fresh upheaval to the village, including a new chocolate shop – conflict, or worse, could be waiting. Dip into Harris’s expertly crafted world for an unrivalled sensory experience.

https://www.edbookfest.co.uk/the-festival/whats-on/joanne-harris-5-13354

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