Friday, July 13, 2007

Mexican writer Juan Hernández Luna won the Hammett Prize, during the "Semana Negra de Gijón" (Gijón's Dark Week) for best Crime Novel written in Spanish with "Cadáveres de ciudad", a dark story set in Mexico City.
Cuban author Amir Valle won the Rofolfo Walsh prize for the best nonfiction work with his book "Jineteras", where he draws up a crude image on prostitution in Havana.

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