All about Stuart and his beard...
Stuart MacBride was born in Dumbarton, but ran away to join the circus at the age of nine, where he specialised in wrestling bears for money (Going on to represent Great Britain at the Atlanta Olympics). In 1975 he won the Nobel Peace Prize for his revolutionary work on Irn-Bru, then went on to create the world's biggest ball of bellybutton lint. In 1989 he joined the secret intelligence service, but was later invalided out due to a back injury sustained while performing a reverse-overhead-piledriver on a grizzly bear. Now confined to his pyjamas, Stuart fritters away his time writing crime novels set in Aberdeen and lying to journalists.
Books:Now We Are Dead, January 2019
The Blood Road, September 2018
Logan McRae #11
Now We Are Dead, February 2018
A Dark So Deadly, June 2017
Logan McRae (10) – In the Cold Dark Ground, March 2017
The Missing And The Dead, January 2015
Logan McRae #9
Birthdays For The Dead, February 2013
Close To The Bone, January 2013
Bloodshot, September 2008
Bloodshot, August 2007