Violini ClueTrail

Juanita Rose Violini, Clue Trail: From Whodunnit to Solution, Mystery Factory

Clue Trail, based on the Mystery Bones method, is a 'How-To' create clues, beat writers block and stop re-writing book.

Duncan MarmaladeMurders

Elizabeth J. Duncan, The Marmalade Murders, St Martin's Press

Orange is the new dead.

Greenaway Creep

R.M. Greenaway, Creep, Dundurn Press

As Halloween approaches, somebody is lurking in fun-fur and scaring the wits out of the locals. But is he, she, or it, also responsible for the mangled corpse.

Arnold SecretLostPharaoh

Carolyn Arnold, The Secret of the Lost Pharaoh, Hibbert & Stiles Publishing Inc.

Archaeologist and adventurer Matthew Connor and his friends set off for Egypt when a recent dig hints at the discovery of a legnedary treasure.

Moss LindstromAlone

John Moss, Lindstrom Alone, Iguana Books: A Stonewood Imprint

Drawn into the saga of a family bent on self-destruction, a Toronto P.I. travels to Sweden and a showdown with a killer on the windswept island of  Fårö.

Whishaw ItBeginInBetrayal

Iona Whishaw, It Begins in Betrayal, TouchWood Editions

Darling has been charged with murder and faces the hangman in London. Lane returns to England to save the man she loves.

Guidoccio DifferentKindofReunion

Joanne Guidoccio, A Different Kind of Reunion, The Wild Rose Press

One lost email could cost a life.

Finlay RemoteAccess

Barry Finlay, Remote Access, Keep On Climbing Publishing

Will satisfy readers who have even a casual interest in tonight's news and who love page-turning suspense.

Sheluk HoleinOne

Judy Penz Sheluk, A Hole in One: A Glass Dolphin Mystery (#2), Barking Rain Press

Murder, mystery, and mayhem—small-town secrets have never been bigger…

Dickinson WhiteRibbonMan

Mary Lou Dickinson, The White Ribbon Man, Inanna Publications

A woman’s body is found in the basement toilet of a downtown Toronto church.

Wiken MarinatinginMurder

Linda Wiken, Marinating in Murder, Berkley Prime Crime

There's one thing J.J. Tanner and the Culinary Capers Dinner Club didn't have on the menu -- the dead body in the trunk!

Shortell CelticKnot

Ann Shortell, Celtic Knot, FriesenPress

Ottawa 1868: A hero shot, a rebel hanged, and three others die before young Irish maid Clara Swift untangles the Celtic Knot.

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Hilary Davidson

Hilary Davidson won the 2011 Anthony Award for Best First Novel for The Damage Done. That book also earned a Crimespree Award and was a finalist for the Arthur Ellis and Macavity awards. The sequel, The Next One to Fall, was published by Forge in 2012, and the third book in the series, Evil in All Its Disguises, March 2013. Hilary’s award-winning short stories have been featured in publications from Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine to Thuglit, and in many anthologies. A Toronto-born travel journalist and the author of 18 nonfiction books, she has lived in New York City since October 2001.

 

Selected Bibliography

Novels

Evil in All Its Disguises, Forge, 2013

The Next One to Fall, Forge, 2012

The Damage Done, Forge, 2010

 

Anthologies

Murder & Mayhem in Muskego, 2012

Noir at the Bar 2, 2012

Beat to a Pulp: Round Two, 2012

Crimefactory: First Shift, 2011

D*CKED: Dark Fiction Inspired by Dick Cheney, 2011

Pulp Ink, 2011

Beat to a Pulp: Round One, 2010

Thuglit Presents: Blood, Guts, & Whiskey, 2010

A Prisoner of Memory and 24 of the Year’s Finest Crime and Mystery Stories, 2008

 

Awards

Winner, 2011 Anthony Award for Best First Novel for The Damage Done

Winner, 2011 Crimespree Award for Best First Novel for The Damage Done

Winner, 2011 Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine Readers’ Choice Award for “Hedge Hog”

Winner, 2010 Spinetingler Award for Best Short Story for "Insatiable"

Winner, 2009 Watery Grave Invitational for "Beast"

 

Website: www.hilarydavidson.com

Blog: http://blog.hilarydavidson.com

Twitter: @hilarydavidson

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