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Prizes: CWA Daggers

The British Crime Writers' Association has announced its 'Daggers' literary awards, in a variety of categories (sorry, no convenient one-page list/press release available as I write this...), and Pierre Lemaitre's The Great Swindle, in Frank Wynne's translation, won the CWA International Dagger for best foreign work. Two of the other shortlisted works are also under review at the complete review : Sascha Arango's The Truth and Other Lies and Deon Meyer's Icarus (and I'm looking forward to Yokoyama Hideo's Six Four, but that isn't out in the US yet).
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