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    William McIlvanney's pitch black noirs, featuring Inspector Laidlaw's disturbing adventures in the Glasgow underworld, made Scotland into a world capital of crime fiction.

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    Over the course of her more than 20-year career—her debut novel, Ralph’s Party, came out in 1999—Lisa Jewell famously...

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