Michael Redhill wins Giller Prize for Bellevue Square

  The Globe and Mail 

Back in 2001, Redhill’s debut novel Martin Sloane was a short-listed finalist for the Giller. Sixteen years later, he secured the $100,000 award that had long eluded him

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