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Win a trip to Bloody Scotland with Freeview and CBS Reality’s Written in Blood

Posted August 17, 2017 - Competitions,News and Blog


For the launch of the newest CBS Reality Original Series, Written in Blood (on Freeview channel 66) – Freeview have been caught red handed with a pair of tickets to Bloody Scotland! Courtesy of CBS Reality, we’re giving these away with accommodation and travel included!

This is a brilliant opportunity for one winner and their plus one to be surrounded by the best-selling crime authors in the remarkable world of Crime Writing, starting with the famous Simon Toyne who is featured in all episodes of Written in Blood as well as other big names such as: Simon Kernick, Mark Bilingham and Howard Linskey – all featured in the series.

Written in Blood premiers on CBS Reality on Sunday 3 September at 10pm. The ten-part series brings fact and fiction together as bestselling thriller writer Simon Toyne, author of The Boy Who Saw and other titles, meets other top UK crime writers to discuss how their works of fiction have been inspired by real life crimes. Each episode delves into a different criminal case using reconstruction, real life footage, interviews with senior police officers who worked on the cases, along with family members, key witnesses, and other experts.

In the first episode, Toyne meets Mark Billingham, award-winning author of the Tom Thorne crime novels, to discuss and investigate the honour killing of Banaz Mahmod. The case had such a profound impact on Billingham that it proved to be the starting point of his 2017 novel and Sunday Times bestseller, Love Like Blood, set in a world in which families will do anything to protect their honour.

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