25 Jul, 2016 @ 17:00
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Argentine novelist wins Spanish book prize

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ARGENTINE novelist Marcelo Lujan has won the Dashiell Hammett prize in Gijon’s Noir Week for his noveargentinel Subsuelo.

The prize is awarded annually to the year’s best noir novel published in Spain.

Lujan previously won the Getafe prize, a smaller award given by the same body, in 2009 for his novel La mala espera.

Lance Rutkin

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