Alistair Rutherford joins Auld Reekie Writing

We announce the latest Edinburgh author to join Auld Reekie Writing – Alistair Rutherford.

Auld Reekie Writing represents exciting new voices in Scottish fiction, championing their unique creations to the wider world. We are delighted to announce the latest addition to the Auld Reekie Writing line-up – Edinburgh writer Alistair Rutherford.

Alistair RutherfordAlistair Rutherford writes for the screen, radio, stage and page. With over fourteen years of professional experience he has written scripts for the BBC, Ko Lik Film, Encaptivate Film, Storymix and the Stroke Association UK. Mostly he writes original stories but he also works closely with producers and directors to develop their projects for film or theatre.

Whether he’s writing a fast-paced thriller, science fiction epic, romantic comedy or historical drama, he uses his wry observational skills and flair for dialogue to bring characters and stories fully and vividly to life.

Alistair Rutherford’s latest work is a light-hearted detective thriller novella featuring private detective Dex Delphi, his assistant Samantha and his old batman, Banks.

Set around 1940s Scotland (and further afield) the Dex Delphi books see intrepid sleuth Dex drawn into mysteries that leave the police several steps behind the criminals – keeping the field clear for Dex and his team to save the day!

The first in this exciting new detective series is Dex Delphi and the Gold Mine, which will be published by Auld Reekie Writing in late April 2015.

Find out more about Alistair Rutherford on his website.

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