Monday, July 9, 2012

Thriller Writer Frederick Forsyth Honored At British Crime Writer's Association With Diamond Dagger Award

 
Thebookseller.com reports that the British Crime Writer's Association (CWA) announced at thriller writer Frederick Forysth will be honored at the group's annual awards ceremony.

Frederick Forsyth has been awarded the Crime Writers Association's Diamond Dagger award at the CWA's annual awards ceremony, which also saw the longlists for the Gold Dagger and Ian Fleming Steel Dagger revealed.

Forsyth was selected by his peers for the award, which recognises a significant and sustained contribution to crime fiction, with Peter James, chair of the CWA, declaring: “Frederick Forsyth is a hugely deserving recipient and The Day of the Jackal remains of the greatest thrillers of our times.”

You can read the rest of the piece via the below link:

http://www.thebookseller.com/news/forsyth-honoured-cwa-awards.html

You can also read my On Crime & Thrillers column on Frederick Forsyth via the below link:

http://pauldavisoncrime.blogspot.com/2010/09/on-crime-thrillers-frederick-forsyth.html

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