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British Science Fiction Association award for best novel is won by China Mieville.

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China Mieville has been awarded the British Science Fiction Association award for best novel, for his title The City and the City, at a ceremony which took place at the 61st Eastercon convention, Odyssey 2010 in London.

Mieville's novel, which is about a murder investigation in parallel worlds by Inspector Tyador Borlu of the Extreme Crime Squad, has also been nominated for the Hugo best novel award and the Arthur C Clarke prize for the best science fiction novel of the year, according to the Guardian.

Members of the British Science Fiction Association voted for The City and the City from a prize shortlist which also included Yellow Blue Tibia by Adam Roberts, Lavinia by Ursula K Le Guin and Ark by Stephen Baxter.
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