British Crime Writers' Assoc.
2013 (Fiction)
Ghost Riders of Ordebec
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2013 (Fiction)
Alex
Click to search this book in our catalog   Pierre Lemaitre
2012 (Fiction)
The Potter?s Field
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2011 (Fiction)
Three Seconds
 Anders Roslund, Borge Helstrom
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2010 (Fiction)
Blacklands
 Blinda Bauer
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2009 (Fiction)
A Whispered Name
 William Brodrick
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2008 (Fiction)
Blood From Stone
Click to search this book in our catalog   Frances Fyfield
2007 (Fiction)
The Broken Shore
Click to search this book in our catalog   Peter Temple
Library Journal : Starred Review. Despite our common Anglo-Saxon heritage, Australian mysteries have never done well...More
2006 (Fiction)
Raven Black
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2006 (Nonfiction)
The Dagenham Murder
 Linda Rhodes
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2005 (Gold)
Silence of the Grave
 Arnaldur Indridason
Library Journal: Led by Sweden's Henning Mankell (see below) and Norway's Karin Fossum, Scandinavian mystery...More
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2005 (Silver)
Deadly Web
 Barbara Nadel
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2004 (Gold)
Blacklist
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2004 (Silver)
Flesh and Blood
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Library Journal: After 30 years in the Nottinghamshire police, Frank Elder has retired to escape hassles and an unfa...More
2003 (Gold)
Fox Evil
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2003 (Silver)
Half-Broken Things
 Morag Joss
Library Journal: British suspense writer Joss (Funeral Music) won CWA's Silver Dagger Award for this nove...More
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2002 (Gold)
The Athenian Murders
 Jose Carlos Samoza
Library Journal : In his U.S. debut, ambitious Spanish novelist Somoza parallels a murder at Plato's Academy and the...More
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2002 (Silver)
The Final Country
 James Crumley
Library Journal : Even Crumley's reliably sharp writing can't save this novel from its unlikable hero and convoluted...More
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2002 (First Novel)
The Cutting Room
Click to search this book in our catalog   Louise Welsh
Publishers Weekly: Yet another talented Scottish author makes a debut with this dark and twisty thriller, boasting a...More
2001 (Gold)
Sidetracked
Click to search this book in our catalog   Henning Mankell
Library Journal : A young girl spends a day almost catatonic in an isolated farm field, then immolates herself. Swed...More
2001 (Silver)
Forty Words for Sorrow
Click to search this book in our catalog   Giles Blunt
Library Journal : In recent years, our literary neighbors to the north have produced a wide array of fine fiction. N...More
 
2001 (First Novel)
The Earthquake Bird
 Susanna Jones
Library Journal : Though this small gem of a first novel revolves around a murder and is being billed as a psycholog...More
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2000 (Gold)
Motherless Brooklyn
 Jonathan Lethem
Library Journal : The short and shady life of Frank Minna ends in murder, shocking the four young men employed by hi...More
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2000 (Silver)
Friends in High Places
 Donna Leon
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2000 (First Novel)
God is a Bullet
Click to search this book in our catalog   Boston Teran
Library Journal : This first novel is pretty standard thriller fare--corrupt sheriff John Lee Bacon hires bad guy Cy...More
1999 (Gold)
A Small Death in Lisbon
Click to search this book in our catalog   Robert Wilson
Library Journal : Klaus Felsen, a Berlin businessman forced into the SS against his will in 1941, has been assigned ...More
1999 (Silver)
Vienna Blood
Click to search this book in our catalog   Adrian Mathews
Publishers Weekly : Though it contains little that's original, Mathews's debut futuristic thriller, which borrows it...More
 
1999 (First Novel)
Lie in the Dark
 Dan Fesperman
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1998 (Gold)
Sunset Limited
 James Lee Burke
Library Journal : Cajun detective Dave Robicheaux is back, as polite as ever, after sitting out Burke's Cimarron Ros...More
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1998 (Silver)
Manchester Slingback
 Nicholas Blincoe
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1998 (First Novel)
Garnethill
Click to search this book in our catalog   Denise Mina
Publishers Weekly : From its opening pages, this winner of the 1998 John Creasy Memorial Award for best first crime ...More
1997 (Gold)
Black and Blue
Click to search this book in our catalog   Ian Rankin
Publishers Weekly : Rankin's Inspector John Rebus (Mortal Causes; Let It Bleed) is something of an outlaw cop, a har...More
1997 (Silver)
Three to Get Deadly
Click to search this book in our catalog   Janet Evanovich
Library Journal : Hunting for a local candy-store owner who jumped bail, Trenton's most famous bounty hunter, Stepha...More
 
1997 (First Novel)
Body Politic
 Paul Johnston
Publishers Weekly : This bleak, near-future hunt for a vicious serial killer won Britain's Creasy Award for best fir...More
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1996 (Gold)
Popcorn
 Ben Elton
Library Journal : This satire, in which a stylish Hollywood action/thriller director has an unfortunate encounter wi...More
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1996 (Silver)
Bloodhounds
 Peter Lovesey
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1996 (First Novel)
The Mermaids Singing
Click to search this book in our catalog   None Awarded
1995 (Gold)
The Mermaids Singing
Click to search this book in our catalog   Val McDermid
Library Journal : First published in Great Britain in 1995, this title marks a clean break from McDermid's Kate Bran...More
1995 (Silver)
The Summons
Click to search this book in our catalog   Peter Lovesey
Publishers Weekly : A resourceful convict's escape from a prison dubbed ``the British Alcatraz'' launches Peter Diam...More
 
1995 (First Novel)
One for the Money
 Janet Evanovich
Library Journal : A wonderful sense of humor, an eye for detail, and a self-deprecating narrative endow Stephanie Pl...More
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