PRLog - Oct. 29, 2012 - LONDON -- The World Book Awards Selection Committee is proud to announce that Muted Grey by Dianna L. Young has won top honors at the 2012 World Book Awards. Muted Grey has been named Best Literary Fiction Book in this year's competition.
Top Cases of the FBI by RJ Parker
From the roaring 20s to modern days, RJ Parker has written the true life events of cases that made major headlines all over the country. Each chapter in this book, is devoted to the biography (or background) of famous mobsters and horrendous events that the FBI has handled since the beginning of the agency. Well researched and well written, these case histories will keep you turning the page. For those of us who love true crime stories, this book should not be passed over - as you will learn details that many others have missed.
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The World Book Awards Selection Committee congratulates all twelve award winners and looks forward to the 2013 World Book Awards competition.
The World Book Awards were established in order to celebrate literary excellence in every genre of the printed word. By honoring these talented and unique authors for their efforts, we hope to inspire future generations of authors to share their stories.