Jen J. Danna (writing as Sara Driscoll), Lone Wolf, Kensington Publishing
FBI K9 handler Meg Jennings and Hawk, her Labrador, must race against time as they zero in on one of the deadliest killers in the country.
Vicki Delany, We Wish You A Murderous Christmas, Berkley Prime Crime
A grinch is spoiling the holiday cheer and causing fear in the latest from the author of Rest Ye Murdered Gentlemen...
A.M. Dellamonica, Child of a Hidden Sea, Tor Books
One minute, Sophie Hansa is in a San Francisco alley, trying to save the life of a strange woman. The next, she is flung into the warm and salty waters of an unfamiliar world.
Kay Stewart and Chris Bullock, Tour de Mort, FriesenPress
Death stalks a thousand-kilometre Cops for Cancer ride down Vancouver Island
Nick Wilkshire, Escape to Havana, Dundurn Press
For Charlie Hillier, a posting to Cuba could be the perfect place to start his new life — if he survives long enough.
Geri Newell Gillen, Quite Perfectly Dead, Deux Voiliers
After multiple deaths occur in Vegas following a poker tournament, a cross-border investigation is launched.
John Worsley Simpson, Stark, a Harry Stark Mystery, Muse It Up Publishing
A killer hides behind the dazzle of blood-soaked gold as Detective Harry Stark seeks answers concealed by the glitter.
Michael Paul Michaud, The Introvert, Black Opal Books
He left without saying anything further, but the way he looked at me as he did gave me the greatest urge to see him red and open.
Sandra Nikolai, Dark Deeds, Vemcort Publishing
Terror blankets a small town as the body count mounts. The killer has had reconstructive surgery. He could be anyone.
Elizabeth J Duncan, Ill Met by Murder, Crooked Lane Books
An outdoor performance of A Midsummer Night's Dream was supposed to include moonlight, not murder.
2017 Arthur Ellis Awards
The deadline for submissions of published works
is fast approaching!
Your entry must be postmarked by
December 15, 2016.
CRIME WRITERS OF CANADA ANNOUNCES CALL FOR ENTRIES FOR 2017 ARTHUR ELLIS AWARDS AND A TOTAL OF $1750 IN PRIZE MONEY
Crime Writers of Canada has made the call for entries to the 2017 Arthur Ellis Awards for excellence in Canadian crime writing. They also announced a new prize of $1000CDN for Best First Crime Novel, to be sponsored by Rakuten Kobo, and a $500 prize for the Best Unpublished Crime Novel manuscript written by an unpublished writer, known as the “Unhanged Arthur”, which is sponsored by Dundurn Press. There is also a $250 prize for the Lou Allin Memorial Best Crime Novella.
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2017 Arthur Ellis Awards Submission Rules
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Submissions now closed for Unhanged Arthur Award
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