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Honors the “traditional mystery,” books best typified by the works of Agatha Christie and others.
Search the Edgar Awards database to find winners of the prestigious award given to writers of mysteries.
Awards for science fiction, voted on by members of the World Science Fiction Convention.
Indie Next List
Inspired recommendations from indie booksellers.
The Booker Prizes
The Booker Prize promotes the finest in fiction by rewarding the best novel of the year written by a citizen of the United Kingdom, the Commonwealth or the Republic of Ireland. The Booker International Prize is awarded to an author who has published fiction either originally in English or whose work is generally available in translation in the English language.
Recognizes excellence in romance fiction.
Recognizes the best in Western literature.
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MovieLens is a research site run by GroupLens Research at the University of Minnesota. MovieLens uses “collaborative filtering” technology to make recommendations of movies that you might enjoy, and to help you avoid the ones that you won’t.