Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Book Mark: 2011 Arthur Ellis Award Winners

The 2011 Arthur Ellis Award winners were unveiled at a banquet in Victoria June 2, the 28th edition of the awards held by the Crime Writers of Canada. The Ellis Awards are Canada's literary prize celebrating crime-writing excellence. Open to Canadian writers, the awards are named for Arthur Ellis, the pseudonym used by Canada's former official hangman.

Novel: Bury Your Dead - Louise Penny

Bury Your Dead: A Chief Inspector Gamache Novel (Chief Inspector Gamache Novels)

Non-Fiction: On The Farm - Stevie Cameron

On the Farm: Robert William Pickton and the Tragic Story of Vancouver's Missing Women

Short story: So Much in Common - Mary Jane Maffini (Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine)

Juvenile/young adult: The Worst Thing She Ever Did - Alice Kuipers.

The Worst Thing She Ever Did

French: Dans le quartier des agités - Jacques Côté.

Dans le Quartier des Agites - les Cahiers Noirs de l'Alieniste 1

First novel: The Debba - Avner Mandleman.

The Debba

John Jeneroux picked up the Unhanged Arthur Award, which recognizes the best unpublished first crime novel, for his manuscript Better Off Dead.

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