Award-winning author Craig Russell's novels have been translated into twenty-five languages worldwide. Film rights to his forthcoming novel, THE DEVIL ASPECT, have been acquired by Sony Pictures/Columbia Pictures. The LENNOX series has been acquired by BAFTA award-winning Synchronicity Films for adaptation into a returning TV series. The first television adaptation in Germany, by Tivoli Films, of a Jan Fabel novel attracted an audience of six million viewers. Four further novels have been made into films (in one of which Craig Russell makes a cameo appearance as a German detective). He is the first person in the history of the award to win the McIlvanney Prize twice. Craig Russell: • won the 2021 Crime Book of the Year (McIlvanney Prize) for 'Hyde' • won the 2015 Crime Book of the Year (McIlvanney Prize) for 'The Ghosts of Altona' • won the 2008 CWA Dagger in the Library for the Fabel series • is the only non-German to be awarded the highly prestigious Polizeistern by the Polizei Hamburg • was a finalist for the 2019 Wilbur Smith Adventure Writing Award • was a finalist for the 2017 McIlvanney Prize for 'The Quiet Death of Thomas Quaid', the latest in the Lennox series • was a finalist for the 2012 inaugural Bloody Scotland Crime Book of the year • was a finalist for the 2013 Ellis Peters Historical Dagger • was a finalist for the 2012 Crime Book of the Year (McIlvanney Prize) • was a finalist for the 2007 CWA Duncan Lawrie Golden Dagger • was a finalist for the 2007 SNCF Prix Polar in France Official website: http://www.craigrussell.com Facebook Fanpage: https://www.facebook.com/craigrussellbooks Twitter: https://twitter.com/thecraigrussell https://www.instagram.com/craigrussellauthorRead more Read less
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