19 July 2008

Theakston's Old Peculier Crime Novel of the Year Announced

The short list was

Blue Shoes & Happiness
Alexander McCall Smith
Mark Billingham
A Tale Etched in Blood and Hard Black Pencil
Christopher Brookmyre
Not Dead Enough
Peter James
CJ Sansom
One Under
Graham Hurley
Dying Light
Stuart Macbride
The Tenderness of Wolves
Stef Penney
Piece of My Heart
Peter Robinson
The Death of Dalziel
Reginald Hill
The Chemistry of Death
Simon Becket
Simon Kernick

And the winner was a first novel which has already found acclaim as a work of mainstream literary fiction, Stef Penny's THE TENDERNESS OF WOLVES.

Harrogate Festival looks set to have 7,000 participants. Listen to a series of interviews with Stef Penney, Zoe Sharp, and Peter Robinson.

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