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Long List Announced For Theakstons Old Peculier Crime Novel Of The Year Award 2014

Posted at 11:58AM Tuesday 06 May 2014

2014 marks the tenth year of the Theakstons Old Peculier Crime Novel of the Year Award. The award, run in partnership with T & R Theakston, WHSmith and Radio Times, was created to celebrate the very best in crime writing and is open to British and Irish authors whose novels were published in paperback over the previous twelve months.

The 2014 Theakstons Old Peculier Crime Novel of the Year long-list in full:

Rubbernecker by Belinda Bauer

The Shining Girls by Lauren Beukes

The Dying Hours by Mark Billingham

Like This, For Ever by Sharon Bolton

A Wanted Man by Lee Child

The Honey Guide by Richard Crompton

The Cry by Helen Fitzgerald

Dying Fall by Elly Griffiths

Until You're Mine by Samantha Hayes

The Necessary Death of Lewis Winter by Malcolm Mackay

The Chessmen by Peter May

I Hear The Sirens In The Street by Adrian McKinty

The Red Road by Denise Mina

Ratlines by Stuart Neville

Standing in Another Man's Grave by Ian Rankin

Children of the Revolution by Peter Robinson

Eleven Days by Stav Sherez

Weirdo by Cathi Unsworth

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