Tuesday, July 16, 2013

CWA Daggers 2013 - Gold, Steel, Creasey - longlists announced

As well as the announcement of the winner of the International Dagger last night, and the winner of the Ellis Peters Award - Andrew Taylor for The Scent of Death the following longlists were announced:

Gold Dagger Longlist

Belinda Bauer for Rubbernecker (Bantam/Transworld)
Lauren Beukes for The Shining Girls (HarperCollins)
Sam Hawken for Tequila Sunset (Serpent’s Tail)
Mick Herron for Dead Lions (Soho Crime)
Becky Masterman for Rage Against the Dying (Orion)
Sara Paretsky for Breakdown (Hodder & Stoughton)
Michael Robotham for Say You’re Sorry (Sphere)
Don Winslow for The Kings of Cool (Heinemann)


Ian Fleming Steel Dagger Longlist


Roger Hobbs for Ghostman (Transworld)
Liz Jensen for The Uninvited (Bloomsbury)
Malcolm Mackay for The Necessary Death of Lewis Winter (Pan Macmillan)
Stuart Neville for Ratlines (Random House)
Mark Oldfield for The Sentinel (Head of Zeus)
Andrew Williams for The Poison Tide (John Murray)
Robert Wilson for Capital Punishment (Orion)


John Creasey Dagger Longlist

Roger Hobbs for Ghostman (Doubleday)
Hanna Jameson for Something You Are (Head of Zeus)
Malcolm Mackay for The Necessary Death of Lewis Winter (Mantle)
Becky Masterman for Rage Against the Dying (Orion)
Derek B Miller for Norwegian by Night (Faber and Faber)
Thomas Mogford for Shadow of the Rock (Bloomsbury)
Michael Russell for The City Of Shadows (Avon)
M D Villiers for City of Blood (Harvill Secker)

From the CWA website: "These longlists will be whittled down to shortlists of four later in the summer, with the eventual winners being revealed as part of the Specsavers Crime Thriller Awards in the autumn".

3 comments:

Kathy D. said...

Thanks, Karen.

Any idea when the shortlists will be made public?

Karen (Euro Crime) said...

Hi Kathy, fraid I don't know. Last year's came out towards the end of August. K

Kenneth said...

Karen, Thanks for the lists. Sometimes these give me good leads in researching books to read. But I must say I have not been overwhelmed by Dagger nom lists for the past 2-3 years. Ken