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Why is Granite Noir such a criminally good festival? The clue's in the title

1 month ago   |   By Press and Journal

It has quickly become a staple of the Aberdeen festival scene, with a packed programme for crime-writing enthusiasts.
Yet there's something for everyone at Granite Noir, whether you are interested in literature, science, forensic medicine, music, taxing your little grey cells Poirot-style, or simply being immersed in a fun-filled occasion with like-minded aficionados.
With the best in home grown and international crime fiction, a courtroom drama, poison cocktails, music and murder mystery escape games, the festival returns to the city next week from February 20 to 23.
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