Stav Sherez wins crime novel of the year for ‘moving the genre forward’

We are thrilled to announce that Stav Sherez has won the 2018 Theakston Old Peculier award for The Intrusions. 

As seen from The Guardian:
Stav Sherez has won the 2018 Theakston Old Peculier award for crime fiction with his novel The Intrusions.

The third outing for detectives Jack Carrigan and Geneva Miller begins when a young woman arrives at their west London police station, saying that her friend has been abducted from the seedy Bayswater hostel where they both live. Soon the investigators discover that someone has been using remote-access technology to gain control both of the women’s laptops and their lives.

Chair of judges Lee Child, creator of the Jack Reacher thrillers, paid tribute to the novel’s “brilliant and organic blend of ancient terror and suspense, with modern issues as its core”.

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