Cathy Ace, The Corpse with the Garnet Face, Touchwood Editions
Criminal psychologist Cait Morgan and her husband Bud travel to Amsterdam to unravel the clues about his long-lost uncle's mysterious past.
Carolyn Arnold, Violated, Hibbert & Stiles Publishing Inc.
FBI agent and profiler Brandon Fisher sets out to prove the innocence of a fellow agent suspected of murder.
Anita Arvast, What Killed Jane Creba, Dundurn
Rap, Race and the Invention of a Gang War.
Elizabeth J. Duncan, Murder on the Hour, St. Martin's Press
Sometimes a clock tells more than the time.
Eva Gates, Reading Up A Storm, Penguin US
Misfortune blows into the Outer Banks when a dead body in a boat on the shore leaves librarian Lucy Richardson racing to solve a mystery.
Eileen Vera Schuh, Shadow Riders, Kastle Harbour Publishing
From the moment she falls in love with the ‘bad boy’, the core of her being is forever changed.
Thursday, May 26, 2016
5:00 pm Board Room
Reception to Follow in the Great Hall
Arts and Letters Club in Toronto
Congratulations to the 2016 Arthur Finalists
Peggy Blair, Hungry Ghosts, Simon & Schuster
John Farrow, The Storm Murders, Minotaur
Andrew Hunt, A Killing in Zion, Minotaur
Peter Kirby, Open Season, Linda Leith Publishing
Inger Ash Wolfe, The Night Bell, McClelland & Stewart
Best First Novel
J. Mark Collins, Hard Drive, iUniverse
David Hood, What Kills Good Men, Vagrant Press
Ausma Zehanat Khan, The Unquiet Dead, Minotaur
Alexis Koetting, Encore, Five Star
Brian R. Lindsay, Old Bones, Volumes Publishing
Jeremy Bates, Black Canyon, Dark Hearts, Ghillinnein Books
Alison Bruce, Deadly Season, Imajin Books
M.H. Callway, Glow Glass, Carrick Publishing
Barbara Fradkin, The Night Thief, Orca Book Publishers
Brian Harvey, Beethoven’s Tenth, Orca Book Publishers
Best Short Story
Karen Abrahamson, With One Shoe, Playground of Lost Toys, Exile Editions
Hilary Davidson, The Seige, Ellery Queen’s Mystery Magazine
Sharon Hunt, The Water Was Rising, Ellery Queen’s Mystery Magazine
Scott Mackay, The Avocado Kid, Ellery Queen’s Mystery Magazine
S. G. Wong, Movable Type, AB Negative Anthology, Coffin Hop Press
Best Book in French
Luc Chartrand, L'Affaire Myosotis, Québec Amérique
Jean-Louis Fleury, L'affaire Céline, Éditions Alire
André Jacques, La bataille de Pavie, Druide
Jean Lemieux, Le mauvais côté des choses, Québec Amérique
Guillaume Morrissette, L'affaire Mélodie Cormier, Guy Saint-Jean éditeur
Best Juvenile/YA Book
Robert Hough, Diego’s Crossing, Annick Press
Jeff Ross, Set You Free, Orca
Kevin Sands, The Blackthorn Key, Aladdin
Allan Stratton, The Dogs, Scholastic
Stephanie Tromley, Trouble is a Friend of Mine, Kathy Dawson Books
Best Nonfiction Book
Gary Garrison, Human on the Inside: Unlocking the Truth about Canada’s Prisons, University of Regina Press
Dean Jobb, Empire of Deception, Harper Collins Publishers
Debra Komar, The Bastard of Fort Stikine: The Hudson’s Bay Company and the Murder of John McLoughlin Jr., Goose Lane Editions
Jerry Langton, Cold War, Harper Collins Publishers
Colleen Lewis and Jennifer Hicks, Mr. Big: The Investigation into the Deaths of Karen and Krista Hart, Flanker Press
The Dundurn Unhanged Arthur for Best Unpublished First Crime Novel
Jayne Barnard, When the Flood Falls
Alice Bienia, Knight Blind
Pam Isfeld, Brave Girls
J.T. Siemens, Better the Devil You Know
J.G. Toews, Give Out Creek
CWC announces the 2016 Grand Master Eric Wright
If there ever was a crime writer whom the Canadian crime-writing community needs to thank it is Eric Wright. He wrote eighteen crime novels, in four different series, as well as novels, a novella, and a memoir. Eric’s first novel, The Night the Gods Smiled (1983), won the first Arthur Ellis Award for Best Crime Novel, the John Creasey Award from the Crime Writers’ Association (CWA), and the City of Toronto Book Award. The Kidnapping of Rosie Dawn (2000) won an Arthur and was nominated for an Edgar from the Mystery Writers of America (MWA). His writing career spanned over forty years and his contribution to Canadian crime writing was, without question, immense. This was recognized in 1998 when Eric received the Derrick Murdoch Award for lifetime contribution to Canadian crime writing. Eric Wright passed away in October, 2015, shortly after being notified that he had been selected for the Grand Master Award.
The 2016 Arthur Ellis Awards Gala will be held on
Thursday May 26, 2016 at 7:00 pm
at the ARTS AND LETTERS CLUB in Toronto.
Tickets are $80
To buy your tickets, contact Vicki Blechta at
Limited seating available so act fast!
Butternut Squash and Cider Soup with Apple Crisps
Roast Breast of Herbed Chicken with a Chevre Farce
Caramelized Shallot and Tarragon Jus
Mushroom, Scallion and Sweet Pepper Barley
Caramel Praline Daquoise with Chocolate Drizzle
Coffee and a Selection of Teas
Roasted Sweet Peppers filled with Vegetable Wild Rice
On Creamed Mushrooms and Garlic
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