Tana French's THE TRESPASSER Wins Strand Magazine Award for Best Novel

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 On Wednesday evening, NY Times bestselling  author Tana French was awarded the 2017  Strand Magazine Critics Award for Best Novel  for her book THE TRESPASSER  (Viking).      This marks Ms. French’s fifth best-novel  nomination and her first win. Her longtime  publicist Ben Petrone accepted the award on  her behalf at the award ceremony.

Tana French’s publicist Ben Petrone and her editor Andrea Schulz with the award for best novel at the Strand Magazine Critics Awards (Photo credit: Sara Chuirazzi)

Tana French’s publicist Ben Petrone and her editor Andrea Schulz with the award for best novel at the Strand Magazine Critics Awards (Photo credit: Sara Chuirazzi)

The nominees for Best Novel are below:

YOU WILL KNOW ME by Megan Abbott (Little, Brown and Company)
THE WRONG SIDE OF GOODBYE by Michael Connelly (Little, Brown and Company)
 THE TRESPASSER by Tana French (Viking)
WHAT REMAINS OF ME by Alison Gaylin (William Morrow)
OUT OF BOUNDS by Val McDermid (Atlantic Monthly Press)
THE WOMAN IN CABIN 10 by Ruth Ware (Gallery)

Congratulations to Ms. French, her publicist, her editor, and the publishing teams at Viking.

THE TRESPASSER will be published in paperback by Penguin Books on August 8.

Posted: July 13, 2017