Grand Prix de Littérature Policière

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The Grand Prix de Littérature Policière is a French literary prize founded in 1948 by author and literary critic Maurice-Bernard Endrèbe. It is the most prestigious award for crime and detective fiction in France. Two prizes are awarded annually to the best French novel and to the best international crime novel published in that year.[1]

French Prize[edit]

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International Prize[edit]

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  • 2010 - William Gay, Twilight (USA, 2006)
  • 2011 - Yishai Sarid, Limassol (Israel, 2009)
  • 2012 - Donald Ray Pollock, The Devil All The Time (USA, 2011)

References[edit]

  1. ^ (French) Guide des Prix littéraires, online ed. Le Rayon du Polar. Synopsis of French prizes rewarding French and international crime litterature, with lists of laureates for each Prize. Grand Prix de littérature policière: pp. 18-36.