ACFA Winter Zoom Talks 2022

Following the success of last year’s series and with Covid still disrupting in-person events, ACFA are holding another series of online talks starting on Tuesday Jan 18 with an exciting mix of murder, archaeology and contemporary crime fiction. Member Elaine Black director of the Glen Duror survey, a site associated with James Stuart James of the Glen who was hung in 1752 for the murder of Colin Campbell The Red Fox with repercussions which remain to this day, will be joined by acclaimed Scottish crime writer Douglas Skelton whose recent novel, A Rattle of Bones, takes the site of James’s grave as its jumping-off point.

Details of time and how to get the Zoom link are in our Events listing.

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