McIlvanney Prize 2021 (Scottish Crime Book of the Year)

By Timberbooks

By Timberbooks

Five years ago the Scottish Crime Book of the Year Award was renamed the McIlvanney Prize in memory of William McIlvanney.  This year sees the publication of his final book, The Dark Remains which was completed with the help of Ian Rankin.

 

The winners of both the McIlvanney Prize and the Scottish Crime Debut of the Year will be revealed by Bloody Scotland in Stirling at 5.15pm on Friday 17 September and broadcast live online.  This year, the prize ceremony will be free but ticketed to watch or attend.  Get your ticket for in-person attendance or online viewing on the Bloody Scotland website.

The Cut: A BBC Radio 2 Book Club pick

Chris Brookmyre

£18.98 £17.65

Longlisted

Dead Man's Grave

Neil Lancaster

£8.99 £8.36

Longlisted

The Coffinmaker's Garden

Stuart MacBride

£18.98 £17.65

SHORTLISTED

Bad Debt

William McIntyre

£7.99 £7.43

Longlisted

The Less Dead: Shortlisted for the COSTA Prize

Denise Mina

£7.99 £7.43

Longlisted

How to Survive Everything

Ewan Morrison

£9.99 £9.29

Longlisted

Edge of the Grave

Robbie Morrison

£14.99 £13.94

SHORTLISTED

The April Dead

Alan Parks

£14.99 £13.94

SHORTLISTED

Waking the Tiger

£9.99 £9.29

Longlisted

The Dark Remains

Ian Rankin and William McIlvanney

£20.00 £18.60

The final William McIlvanney title

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