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Doug Johnstone

Doug Johnstone

Doug Johnstone speaks with Cherise Saywell about circuitous careers, conflicted masculinity and Tartan Noir Doug Johnstone speaks with Cherise Saywell about shifting from engineering to domestic noir via music journalism, exploring conflicted masculinity in his work, and being part of the Tartan Noir family of Scottish crime writers.


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