Agatha Awards
2012
The beautiful mystery : a Chief Inspector Gamache novel
Click to search this book in our catalog   Louise Penny.
2012
Lowcountry boil : a Liz Talbot mystery
Click to search this book in our catalog   Susan M. Boyer.
2012
Books to Die For: The World's Greatest Mystery Writers on the World's Greatest Mystery Novels
Click to search this book in our catalog   by John Connolly/Declan Burke
 
2013
The haunted lighthouse
 Penny Warner.
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2011(Best Novel)
Three-Day Town
 Margaret Maron
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2011(Best First Novel)
Learning To Swim
 Sara J. Henry
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2011(Best Non-fiction)
Books, Crooks and Counselors: How to Write Accurately About Criminal Law and Courtroom Procedure
Click to search this book in our catalog   Leslie Budewitz
2011(Best Children's/Young Adult)
The Black Heart Crypt: A Haunted Mystery
Click to search this book in our catalog   Chris Grabenstein
2010 (Best Novel)
Bury Your Dead
Click to search this book in our catalog   Louise Penny
 
2010 (Best First Novel)
The Long Quiche Goodbye
 Avery Aames
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2010 (Best Non-fiction)
Agatha Christies Secret Notebooks: 50 Years of Mysteries in the Making
 John Curran
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2010 (Best Children's/Young Adult)
The Other Side of Dark
 Sarah Smith
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2009 (Best Novel)
The Brutal Telling
Click to search this book in our catalog   Louise Penny
2009 (Best First Novel)
The Sweetness at the Bottom of the Pie
Click to search this book in our catalog   Alan Bradley
Library Journal : An 11-year-old solving a dastardly murder in the English countryside in 1950 wouldn't seem to ...More
2009 (Best Non-fiction)
Dame Agathas Shorts
Click to search this book in our catalog   Elena Santangelo
 
2009 (Best Children's/Young Adult)
The Hanging Hill
 Chris Grabenstein
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2008 (Best Novel)
The cruelest month : a Three Pines mystery
 Louise Penny.
Library Journal: Starred Review. The Quebecois village of Three Pines (first introduced in Still Life and ...More
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2008 (Best First Novel)
Death of a cozy writer
 G.M. Malliet.
Library Journal : When millionaire and mystery author Adrian Beauclerk-Fisk sends out wedding announcements to his e...More
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2008 (Best Non-fiction)
How to write killer historical mysteries : the art and adventure of sleuthing through the past
Click to search this book in our catalog   Kathy Lynn Emerson.
2008 (Best Children's/Young Adult)
The crossroads
Click to search this book in our catalog   Chris Grabenstein.
School Library Journal : Gr 5–8—A well-told ghost story with plenty of twists and chills. Eleven-year-ol...More
2007 (Best First Novel)
Prime Time
Click to search this book in our catalog   Hank Phillippi Ryan
 
2007 (Best Nonfiction)
Arthur Conan Doyle: A Life in Letters
 Jon Lellenberg, Daniel Stashower and Charles Foley
Publishers Weekly : Starred Review. This fascinating collection of previously unpublished letters from the creator o...More
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2007 (Best Novel)
A Fatal Grace
 Louise Penny
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2006 (Best First Novel)
The Heat of the Moon
 Sandra Parshall
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2006 (Best Nonfiction)
Dont Murder your Mystery
Click to search this book in our catalog   Chris Roerden
2006 (Best Novel)
The Virgin of Small Plains
Click to search this book in our catalog   Nancy Pickard
2005 (Best First Novel)
Better off Wed
Click to search this book in our catalog   Laura Durham
 
2005 (Best Non-Fiction)
Girl Sleuth
 Melanie Rehak
Publishers Weekly: The intrepid Nancy Drew has given girls a sense of their own power since she was born, Athena-lik...More
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2005 (Best Novel)
The Body in the Snowdrift
 Katherine Hall Page
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2004 (Best First Novel)
Dating Dead Men
 Harley Jane Kozak
Library Journal : All greeting card artist Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley wants to do is get the status of her franchis...More
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2004 (Best Juvenile)
Chasing Vermeer
Click to search this book in our catalog   Blue Balliett
Publishers Weekly : Puzzles nest within puzzles in this ingeniously plotted and lightly delivered first novel that, ...More
2004 (Best Novel)
Birds of a Feather
Click to search this book in our catalog   Jacqueline Winspear
Library Journal : In this follow-up to Winspear's Edgar Award–nominated Maisie Dobbs, her most unusual ...More
2003 (Best Novel)
Letter From Home
Click to search this book in our catalog   Carolyn Hart
Library Journal : A letter from her Oklahoma hometown spirits famous journalist Gretchen Gilman back to 1944, when s...More
 
2003 (Best First Novel)
Maisie Dobbs
 Jacqueline Winspear
Library Journal : From its dedication to the author's paternal grandfather and maternal grandmother, who were both i...More
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2003 (Best Juvenile)
The 7th Knot
 Kathleen Karr
School Library Journal : Gr 7-9-In this historical mystery, brothers Wick and Miles are sent to spend the summer wit...More
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2002 (Best Novel)
Youve Got Murder
 Donna Andrews
Publishers Weekly : In a detour from her first three outings featuring the delightful Meg Langslow (Revenge of the W...More
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2002 (Best First Novel)
In the Bleak Midwinter
Click to search this book in our catalog   Julia Spencer-Fleming
2002 (Best Juvenile)
Red Card: A Zeke Armstrong Mystery
Click to search this book in our catalog   Daniel J. Hale
School Library Journal : Gr 4-7-Ezekial Tobias Armstrong, a soccer whiz and mystery sleuth, helps to find out who is...More
2001 (Best Novel)
Murphys Law
Click to search this book in our catalog   Rhys Bowen
Library Journal : Mosley's first foray into writing science fiction since Blue Light (LJ 10/1/98), these interrelate...More
 
2001 (Best First Novel)
Bubbles Unbound
 Sarah Strohmeyer
Library Journal : Bubbles Yablonsky, a 34-year-old hairdresser/divorcee, may dress and look like a blonde Barbie-dol...More
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2001 (Best Juvenile)
The Mystery of the Haunted Caves
 Penny Warner
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2000 (Best Novel)
Mariners Compass
 Earlene Fowler
Library Journal : In order to inherit a house from a man she never met, series protagonist Benni Harper (Dove in the...More
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2000 (Best First Novel)
Murder, With Peacocks
Click to search this book in our catalog   Donna Andrews
Library Journal : Meg Lanslow, maid of honor for three impending weddings, returns to her Virginia small-town home f...More
1999 (Best Novel)
Butchers Hill
Click to search this book in our catalog   Laura Lippman
Publishers Weekly : Tess Monaghan, newspaperwoman turned sleuth, makes it official with a new business as a PI in a ...More
1999 (Best First Novel)
The Doctor Digs a Grave
Click to search this book in our catalog   Robin Hathaway
School Library Journal : YA-Hathaway introduces sleuth cardiologist Dr. Andrew Fenimore, whose expert medical knowle...More
 
1998 (Best Novel)
The Devil in Music
 Kate Ross
Library Journal : Ross's historical mysteries featuring English dandy Julian Kestrel (e.g., Whom the Gods Love, LJ 4...More
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1998 (Best First Novel)
The Salarymans Wife
 Sujata Massey
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1997 (Best Novel)
Up Jumps the Devil
 Margaret Maron
Library Journal : Maron returns to fictional Colleton County, North Carolina, the setting of The Bootlegger's Daught...More
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1997 (Best First Novel)
Murder on a Girls Night Out
Click to search this book in our catalog   Anne George
Publisher's Weekly : A refreshingly different heroine, retired Alabama schoolteacher Patricia Anne Hollowell, is dra...More
1996 (Best Novel)
If Id Killed Him When I Met Him
Click to search this book in our catalog   Sharyn McCrumb
1996 (Best First Novel)
The Body in the Transept
Click to search this book in our catalog   Jeanne M. Dams
Library Journal : This offering from newcomer Dams gleams with all the polish of a quaint English-village mystery. A...More
 
1995 (Best Novel)
She Walks These Hills
 Sharym McCrumb
Library Journal : A tale of an escaped convict from Edgar Award winner McCrumb.

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1995 (Best First Novel)
Do Unto Others
 Jeff Abbott
Publishers Weekly : Abbott's debut mystery is a bright, often funny portrayal of the social mechanics of a small tow...More
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