Newcastle’s own Noir at the Bar turned virtual at the start of lockdown and I was one of the readers who have been featured on Wednesday nights throughout the last few months.
Vic Watson and Simon Bewick have created a phenomenal community which is now watched regularly from all over the world. They decided to pull together an anthology of 30 short stories, all donated by writers, to raise funds for the NHS.
Scottish authors include Alison Belsham, Sara Sheridan, Graham Smith, Neil Broadfoot and Margaret Kirk.
My story The Limburger Killing, a tale of spite, love and cheese, with a helping of black humour, has also been included. Available in e-book or hardback, there’s some fantastic stories, all featuring a bar of some description. You can buy a copy from June 10th here from Amazon