The gala event took place on Thursday in Barcelona
Yesterday evening, September 8th, Ian Rankin walked away with the 10th International Prize for Crime Writing with his novel Even Dogs in the Wild. The Scottish crime writer is a more than worthy successor of authors as celebrated as Michael Connelly, Francisco González Ledesma or Don Winslow, all winners of previous editions. The RBA International Prize for Crime Writing, created in the year 2007, is the most lucrative crime fiction prize in the world. The literary award takes place every year and is held at an international level, with the prize winner being decided upon on the first Thursday of September and the winner receiving €125,000 and the publication of the novel in the RBA Publishing House Crime Novel Series.
During the award ceremony, which took place in Barcelona, we had the immense pleasure of mingling with a wonderful audience that was overwhelmed and devoted to the quality of the winner of this edition of these international awards and we were able to do so with our best flavour forward in the shape of Gran Reserva Acorn-Fed. And there is no doubt about it, the best crime literature is worthy of the best flavour from our country. The FISAN Gran Reserva Flavour