Familiar Evil by Louisiana author Rannah Gray, published by The Lisburn Press, is a 2016 Gold Medal winner in the Independent Publishers Book Awards, receiving first place honors in the True Crime division.
Publishers from the United States, Canada and English-speaking countries throughout the world submit entries each year in the awards competition. The Independent Publishers Awards, known as the IPPY Awards, are presented at Book Expo America, the largest publishing event in North America.
The 20th Annual IPPY Awards Ceremony will be held on May 10th in Chicago.
Familiar Evil tells the story of one man’s international search for TV personality Scott Rogers which exposed his dark side as a child predator. It was written in collaboration with Mary Jane Marcantel, a key figure in the investigation into Rogers’ activities, and the British survivor known as Ethan.