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Harvill Secker To Publish Winning Crime Novel Set During British Raj

Posted at 11:10AM Monday 17 Feb 2014

Abir Mukherjee is the winner of the Telegraph Harvill Secker Crime Writing Prize, launched last July to find an unpublished crime writing star to join one of the country's leading literary imprints, home to bestselling crime authors including Jo Nesbo, Henning Mankell, Fred Vargas, Stuart Neville and Eva Dolan. An extract from Abir Mukherjee's winning entry – 'A Rising Man' – can be read at the Telegraph.

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