Graeme Thomson

The problem with pop-literary collaborations

Mull Historical Society’s new album is an unusually successful example of the coming together of musicians and authors

Crime writer Ian Rankin, who also plays in a band and is involved in Mull Historical Society’s new album. Credit: Photo by David Levenson/Getty Images

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