Friday, May 21, 2010

Theakstons Crime Novel of the Year 2010 - Longlist

From Booktrade:

"A major accolade in the crime writing field, the Theakstons Old Peculier Crime Novel of the Year Award is unique in that it is the only one of its kind which is largely voted for by the general public. As of today (Friday 21st May), the public will have three weeks to vote for their favourite title at, and the result of this vote will determine the eight titles that make it onto the shortlist.":
In the Dark by Mark Billingham (Little, Brown)
If It Bleeds by Duncan Campbell (Headline)
The Surrogate by Tania Carver (Little, Brown)
The Business by Martina Cole (Headline)
A Simple Act of Violence by R.J. Ellory (Orion)
Until It’s Over by Nicci French (Penguin)
The Crossing Places by Elly Griffiths (Quercus)
Cold in Hand by John Harvey (Arrow)
Skin by Mo Hayder (Transworld)
Vows of Silence by Susan Hill (Vintage)
The Dying Breed by Declan Hughes (John Murray)
Dead Tomorrow by Peter James (Pan Books)
Target by Simon Kernick (Transworld)
A Darker Domain by Val McDermid (HarperCollins)
Gallows Lane by Brian McGilloway (Pan Macmillan)
Geezer Girls by Dreda Say Mitchell (Hodder)
Singing to the Dead by Caro Ramsay (Penguin)
Doors Open by Ian Rankin (Orion)
All The Colours of Darkness by Peter Robinson (Hodder)
Child 44 by Tom Rob Smith (Simon & Schuster)

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