Spanish Crime Fiction Awards in 2010


La Bòbila has published the following list of the Spanish Crime Fiction Awards in 2010. The Pepe Carvalho Award to the Spanish writer Andreu Martín is not included here, the award ceremony will take place in 2011.

  • Premio L’H Confidencial 2010, premio internacional de novela negra: Caminos cruzados, Erlantz Gamboa (Roca)
  • Premio Pepe Carvalho: Ian Rankin
  • IV Premio internacional de novela negra “Ciudad de Carmona”: La Frontera Sur, José Luis Muñoz (Almuzara)
  • III Premi Crims de Tinta: Negres tempestes, Teresa Solana (La Magrana)
  • Premi Ferran Canyameres de Novel•la: Detalls culinaris, de Josep Torrent (Pagès)
  • Premios Brigada 21
  • Premio Dashiell Hammett: Ciudad Santa, Guillermo Orsi (Almuzara)
  • XII Premio Francisco García Pavón: Frío de muerte, Manuel Nonídez (Rey Lear)
  • VIII Premio Novelpol: El poder del perro, Don Winslow (Mondadori)
  • XIV Premio Ciudad de Getafe de Novela Negra: No hay perro que viva tanto, Francisco Balbuena (Edaf)
  • Premio internacional de novela negra RBA 2010: Live Wire, Harlan Coben (RBA)

I have read some Ian Rankin’s, Indridason’s La dona de verd (English title Silence of the Grave) and Domingo Villar’s La playa de los ahogados (English title Death on a Galician Shore). In my TBR shelves I can find Don Winslow’s El poder del perro (Original title, The Power of the Dog), Guillermo Orsi’s Ciudad Santa and some other Teresa Solana’s books. In my wish list Harlan Coben’s Live Wire, Erlantz Gamboa’s Caminos cruzados and La Frontera Sur by José Luis Muñoz.

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