Hyde by Craig Russell (Constable) won the 2021 McIlvanney Prize, given by the Scottish writing festival Bloody Scotland “to the best Scottish Crime book of the year.” Russell receives a £1,000 prize. Judges were Ayo Onatade, Karen Robinson, and Ewan Wilson.
For more information, see the Bloody Scotland website.
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