Ross Macdonald Literary Award

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The Ross Macdonald Literary Award is a U.S. book prize given each year by the Santa Barbara Book Council to "a California writer whose work raises the standard of literary excellence." The award is named in honor of California mystery novelist Ross Macdonald, whose novels were set in a fictionalized version of Santa Barbara, California.

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