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Stornoway writer wins crime story competition

STORNOWAY Writers’ Circle member Tristan ap Rheinallt has won a national 50-word crime writing competition, which was judged by bestselling crime writer Sophie Hannah.

The competition, which was held locally at Stornoway Library, was part of a special promotion for Ruth Rendell’s latest collection of short stories, A Spot of Folly (Profile Books).

One of Rendell’s stories in the collection is a chilling 50-word ghost story and so participants at the promotional events were invited to write their own 50- word crime stories.

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