‘Keep This to Yourself’ by Tom Ryan Wins 2020 Arthur Ellis Award!

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Courtesy of the Arthur Ellis Awards

The thrilling YA novel Keep This To Yourself by Tom Ryan was announced the winner of the 2020 Arthur Ellis Award from Crime Writers of Canada, sponsored by Shaftesbury. Ryan won the AEA Award for Best Juvenile/YA Book, as well as a $500 prize on the novel’s birthday, May 21. The Arthur Ellis Awards were established in 1984 for current Canadian residents and Canadian citizens living abroad. They are awarded annually for a variety of crime writing categories.

Congratulations, Tom Ryan!

If you have not yet read Keep This to Yourself, please do yourself a favor and grab a copy ASAP! This chilling murder mystery is not to be missed and is a great way to tide you over while we wait for Ryan’s newest novel, I Hope You’re Listening, releasing October 6!

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