No Remorse Wins 2013 IRDA Award for Best Mystery/Suspense

On 1 June I received the 2013 IRDA Prize for Best Mystery/Suspense for my debut novel, No Remorse.


The IRDA Awards were established to recognise outstanding indie published books from around the globe. The Awards were presented in New York at Book Expo America, the world’s second biggest publishing and book show.

Judges for this prestigious international award include a development director from 20th Century Fox, the publicity director for Penguin, a Senior Editor from Kirkus Reviews and other industry experts.

The judges described the book as: “A suspenseful adventure thriller that provides a sinister commentary on human conscience and the price people will let others pay for their own gain.”

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2 Replies to “No Remorse Wins 2013 IRDA Award for Best Mystery/Suspense”

  1. Congratulations, Ian! This is wonderful news! As I was editing this novel for you, I was spellbound myself – I always knew it would take off once it got the recognition it deserved!

    Way to go, Ian!

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