Hammett Prize

American literary award

The Hammett Prize is awarded annually by the International Association of Crime Writers, North American Branch (IACW/NA) to a Canadian or US citizen or permanent resident for a book in English in the field of crime writing. It is named after crime-writer Dashiell Hammett and was established in 1991.
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award received: Hammett Prize

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Author

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Margaret Atwood

Canadian writer

works

75

The Handmaid's Tale

dystopian science fiction novel

author: Margaret Atwood

1985

Oryx and Crake

novel by Margaret Atwood

author: Margaret Atwood

2003

Alias Grace

1996 novel by Margaret Atwood

author: Margaret Atwood

1996

The Year of the Flood

2009 novel by Margaret Atwood

author: Margaret Atwood

2009

The Blind Assassin

book by Margaret Atwood

author: Margaret Atwood

2000

articles

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Gabrielle Roy ( 2018 )

journal article from 'Cahiers franco-canadiens de l'Ouest' published in 2018

author: Margaret Atwood

Author

Elmore Leonard cover

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Elmore Leonard

American novelist and screenwriter

works

49

Hombre

1961 novel by Elmore Leonard

author: Elmore Leonard

1961

City Primeval

1980 novel by Elmore Leonard

author: Elmore Leonard

1980

Riding the Rap

1995 novel by Elmore Leonard

author: Elmore Leonard

1995

Road Dogs

2009 novel by Elmore Leonard

author: Elmore Leonard

2009

The Hunted

1977 novel by Elmore Leonard

author: Elmore Leonard

1977

Author

Alan Furst

novelist

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