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Allan Massie is a Scottish writer who has published nearly 30 books, including a sequence of novels set in ancient Rome. His non-fiction works range from a study of Byron’s travels to a celebration of Scottish rugby. He has been a political columnist for The Scotsman, The Sunday Times and The Daily Telegraph and writes a literary column for The Spectator.

Fri 24 Apr, 2015 - 10.30am

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Allan Massie is a prolific novelist, an historian and reviewer, as well as a lively and controversial journalist whose work appears in a variety of British newspapers. His Roman biographies include books about Augustus, Tiberius and Caesar.

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