2020 CrimeFest Awards

Specsavers Debut Crime Novel Award
– Laura Shepherd-Robinson for Blood & Sugar (Mantle)
With thanks to convention and award sponsor Specsavers. Courtesy of the sponsor, the winner also receives £1,000.

Audible Sounds of Crime Award
for Best Unabridged Crime Audiobook
– Lee Child for Blue Moon, read by Jeff Harding (Penguin Random House Audio) With thanks to award sponsor Audible UK. Courtesy of the sponsor, the winners share £1,000.
 eDunnit Awardfor Best Crime eBook
– Holly Watt for To The Lions (Raven Books)
 H.R.F. Keating Award
for Best Biography or Non-Fiction Book related to Crime Fiction– John Curran for The Hooded Gunman (HarperCollins Crime Club)

Last Laugh Award
for Best Humorous Crime Novel– Helen FitzGerald for Worst Case Scenario (Orenda Books)
 CrimeFest Award for Best Crime Novel for Children (ages 8-12)
– Thomas Taylor for Malamander (Walker Books)

CrimeFest Award for Best Crime Novel for Young Adults (ages 12-16)
– Kathryn Evans for Beauty Sleep (Usborne Publishing)

All the winners received a Bristol Blue Glass Award and will be offered complimentary attendance and panel appearances at CRIMEFEST 2021.

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