AWARD: John Fortunato Wins 2014 Tony Hillerman Prize

AWARDS


Congratulations to fellow Seton Hill alum John Fortunato on winning the 2014 Tony Hillerman Prize for his thesis novel Dark Reservations.

The Hillerman Prize, which began in 2006 in recognition of Tony Hillerman, is awarded annually to the best debut crime fiction set in the Southwest. John will receive a contract with St. Martin's Press for publication of the novel and $10,000.

John Fortunato was a Captain in the U.S. Army, Military Intelligence, who served at the Pentagon during the early part of the global war on terrorism. He is now a Special Agent with the FBI and has earned an MFA in Writing Popular Fiction from Seton Hill University. A native of Philadelphia, he currently lives in Michigan with his wife and three daughters.

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