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Congratulations to CWC members Jayne Barnard and Derrick Carrew,
who have both been short-listed for the CWA Debut Dagger Award!
Best First Novel
Simone St. James, The Haunting of Maddy Clare, NAL
Giles Blunt, Until the Night, Random House Canada
Lou Allin, Contingency Plan, Orca Books
Best Short Story
Yasuko Thanh, "Switch-blade Knife" in Floating Like the Dead, McClelland & Stewart
Steve Lillebuen, The Devil's Cinema: The Untold Story behind Mark Twitchell's Kill Room, McClelland & Stewart
Best French Book
Mario Bolduc, La Nuit des albinos: Sur les traces de Max O'Brien, Libre Expression
Best Juvenile/YA Book
Shane Peacock, Becoming Holmes, Tundra Books
Best Unpublished First Novel, aka The Unhanged Arthur
Coleen Steele, Sins Revisited
Derrick Murdoch Award
Congratulations to the following CWC members who have been short-listed for the Bony Blithe award:
Janet Bolin, Threaded for Trouble (Berkley Prime Crime) Elizabeth J. Duncan, A Small Hill to Die On (Minotaur) - Winner Chris Laing, A Private Man (Seraphim)
Congratulations to Lambda Literary Foundation finalist Tony Bidulka, author of Dos Equis, A Russell Quant Mystery, which has been nominated in the category of Best Men’s Mystery.
Congratulations to CWC member Linda Wiken (Erika Chase) author of A Killer Read, which has been nominated for the Agatha Best First Novel award.
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