Vote for your Crime Novel of the Year now!

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Calling all Killer Readers,

Today is the day voting starts on the 2011 Theakstons Old Peculier Crime Novel of the year.

From our authors, Stuart MacBride (Dark Blood) and Reginald Hill (The Woodcutter) have been longlisted for the gong. Click on one of the buttons above to visit the Theakstons website and view the full longlist.

This is one of the most prestigious awards in the crime-writing genre because it’s decided jointly by critics and readers – so don’t miss out on the chance to vote for your favourite crime novel of the year!

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