NCR Book Award

NCR Book Award

The NCR Book Award, established in 1987 and sponsored by NCR, was the UK's major award to non-fiction[1] It ended in 1998 and has been replaced by the Samuel Johnson Prize.[2]



  1. ^ NMSU Library Award Winning Books
  2. ^ Book awards — The BBC4 Samuel Johnson Prize for Non-Fiction 2005
  4. ^ Alibris: Prisoners and prisons Japanese
  5. ^ Samuel Johnson Prize for Non-fiction 1999, BBC FOUR, The UK’s most Prestigious non-fiction award , The UK’s richest non-fiction prize

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