KILLING THE EMPERORS WINS THE GOLDSBORO LAST LAUGH AWARD

The satirical crime novel Killing the Emperors, by author and journalist Ruth Dudley Edwards has won the Goldsboro Last Laugh Award for Best Humorous Crime Novel 2012.

The satirical crime novel Killing the Emperors, by author and journalist Ruth Dudley Edwards, fought off fierce competition at this year’s CrimeFest to win the Goldsboro Last Laugh Award for Best Humorous Crime Novel for 2012.

It is the latest release in her acclaimed series featuring the outrageously opinionated Baroness Ida ‘Jack’ Troutbeck, which has seen her take a swipe at all manner of institutions from gentlemen’s clubs to the House of Lords, academia to political correctness.  In Killing the Emperors the target of her scathing yet humorous attack is the world of conceptual art.

For more information about the other nominated titles and all the other CrimeFest awards, click here.

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