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Caro Ramsay

Caro Ramsay
Born Govan, Scotland
Nationality Scottish
Genres Tartan Noir, crime fiction

Caro Ramsay is a Scottish writer of crime fiction. Her first three novels are police procedurals, set in Glasgow, featuring DI Colin Anderson and DS Costello.

Background

Caro was born in Govan, on Glasgow's south side. A graduate of the British School of Osteopathy, she runs a large osteopath centre in West Scotland, treating animals and humans, and writes in her spare time.

Her first novel 'Absolution' was shorted listed for the New Blood Dagger and her second 'Singing to the dead' was long listed for the Theakston's crime book of the year 2010. The third in the series, Dark Water, was published on 4 August 2010, and the fourth book 'The Blood Of Crows' was published in September 2012.

Bibliography

  • Absolution (2007)
  • Singing to the Dead (2009)
  • Dark Water (2010)
  • Blood Of Crows (2012)

Note that Tambourine Girl was the working title of Singing to the Dead, not a separate book.

External links

  • Caro Ramsay's homepage
  • Article in the Scotsman


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