The summer has arrived with a flurry of award nominations for The Lewis Trilogy.
The trilogy has already won several awards in France where it was first published.
Now nominations are arriving for major book awards in the UK and USA.
- THEAKSTONS OLD PECULIER CRIME NOVEL OF THE YEAR (UK)
The Lewis Man shortlisted
- BARRY AWARD – Best Crime Novel (USA)
The Blackhouse – Subscribers and readers of Deadly Pleasures Magazine can vote. Find out more, here
- MACAVITY AWARDS – Best Mystery Novel (USA)
The Blackhouse – Subscribers and readers of Mystery Readers Journal can vote. Find out more, here
THE BLACKHOUSE has been shortlisted in the category of Best Crime Novel in the BARRY AWARDS run by Deadly Pleasures magazine. All subscribers and readers of Deadly Pleasures Mystery Magazine are eligible to vote. Readers who have subscribed to the magazine, here, may vote by email (email@example.com) or by sending your votes to P.O. Box 997, Bountiful, UT 84011.
The winners will be announced September 19, 2013 at the Opening Ceremonies of Bouchercon 2013 in Albany, New York
THE BLACKHOUSE has been shortlisted for a Best Mystery Novel in the Macavity Awards. This award is nominated by and voted on by members and supporters of Mystery Readers International, as well as subscribers to Mystery Readers Journal. Readers can subscribe here. Winners will be announced at Bouchercon, the World Mystery Convention, in September, in Albany this year. The Macavity Award is named for the “mystery cat” of T.S. Eliot (Old Possum’s Book of Practical Cats).
In other news…
THE CHESSMEN spent almost six months in the UK hardback bestsellers chart after publication in January this year.
THE ENZO FILES are now available in new e-books editions from Quercus. EXTRAORDINARY PEOPLE, THE CRITIC, BLACKLIGHT BLUE and FREEZE FRAME (with BLOWBACK coming soon). Find out more here
HEBRIDES will be available in September 2013.
HEBRIDES is a photo companion book for the Lewis Trilogy, containing more than 200 photographs of locations in the Outer Hebrides of Scotland described in the books. The photographs were taken by local photographer David Wilson, and are accompanied by Peter May’s story of the islands’ history and his own history with the islands, describing the inspiration behind the Lewis Trilogy.