Blood Orange, the debut crime novel by UEA alumna Harriet Tyce, has been shortlisted for the Amazon Publishing Readers’ Awards in two categories: Best Debut and Best Audiobook. Harriet was born and grew up in Edinburgh and graduated from the University of Oxford in 1994 with a degree in English Literature. Subsequently she gained legal qualifications and worked as a criminal barrister for ten years. She joined the inaugural cohort of UEA’s MA in Creative Writing (Crime Fiction) in 2015, and wrote Blood Orange during the course. She graduated in 2017, and her novel was published by Wildfire earlier this year. The Amazon Publishing Readers’ Awards are run in collaboration with the Capital Crime literary festival and the winners will be announced on 26 September.