McPherson GirlsWeekendMurder

 

Lynn McPherson, The Girls' Weekend Murder, Black Opal Books

I had been taught that the language of friendship was founded in meaning, but sometimes words were hard to ignore--especially if they spelled murder...

White DrownedGirls

 

Loreth Anne White, The Drowned Girls, Montlake

When a rapist escalates to serial murder, a sex crimes detective takes a turn at homicide.

Sullivan Jaded

 

Colleen Baxter Sullivan, Jaded, Waldorf Publishing

As a sequel to Lil’s Way, Jaded takes you to a new level of intrigue and thrills. Delve into this world of deceit and family drama leading to murder. 

Doyle GhostsintheBrothel

 

Robert U. Doyle, Ghosts in the Brothel, APF Press

A sex worker murders a mob enforcer and escapes a Toronto brothel.Tara Street takes on the mob and ghosts in this cracker of a case.

Soosar PTA

 

Jennifer Soosar, Parent Teacher Association, Black Opal Books

A small town with a bad reputation. A troubled new teacher. An aggressive mother with a bizarre agenda. Welcome to Splinter Wood, Pennsylvania.

Poulson DeadAir

 

David A. Poulsen, Dead Air, Dundurn Press

Ex-cop turned private detective Mike and crime journalist Adam Cullen are hired to protect a right-wing radio personality.

Mercer JasperWild

 

George Mercer, Jasper Wild

Jasper Wild is the third story in the Dyed In The Green series about the challenges facing our country’s special places, and the people working tirelessly to protect these national treasures.

Guidoccio TooManyWomen

 

Joanne Guidoccio, Too Many Women in the Room, The Wild Rose Press

Eight women have eight different motives for killing a lecherous photographer. One woman seizes the opportunity and succeeds.

Farrow PerishtheDay

 

John Farrow, Perish the Day, St. Martin’s Press/Thomas Dunne Books

Coming up against campus secrets after a series of murders, retired Sergeant-Detective Émile Cinq-Mars must uncover the links between disparate groups quickly before the next victim is selected for an elaborate initiation into death.

Duncan MurderisforKeeps

 

Elizabeth J. Duncan, Murder Is for Keeps, St. Martin's Press

Number 8 in the award-winning Penny Brannigan series set in North Wales.

Filteau Traces

 

Patricia Filteau, Traces, A Kate Roarty P.I. Novel, Bookbaby

Private investigator Kate Roarty is good at what she does; she knows too much. Her fierce independence and solo swimming put her a risk of demise as her detractors relentlessly seek to eliminate her.

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Hilary Davidson

Hilary Davidson won the 2011 Anthony Award for Best First Novel for The Damage Done. That book also earned a Crimespree Award and was a finalist for the Arthur Ellis and Macavity awards. The sequel, The Next One to Fall, was published by Forge in 2012, and the third book in the series, Evil in All Its Disguises, March 2013. Hilary’s award-winning short stories have been featured in publications from Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine to Thuglit, and in many anthologies. A Toronto-born travel journalist and the author of 18 nonfiction books, she has lived in New York City since October 2001.

 

Selected Bibliography

Novels

Evil in All Its Disguises, Forge, 2013

The Next One to Fall, Forge, 2012

The Damage Done, Forge, 2010

 

Anthologies

Murder & Mayhem in Muskego, 2012

Noir at the Bar 2, 2012

Beat to a Pulp: Round Two, 2012

Crimefactory: First Shift, 2011

D*CKED: Dark Fiction Inspired by Dick Cheney, 2011

Pulp Ink, 2011

Beat to a Pulp: Round One, 2010

Thuglit Presents: Blood, Guts, & Whiskey, 2010

A Prisoner of Memory and 24 of the Year’s Finest Crime and Mystery Stories, 2008

 

Awards

Winner, 2011 Anthony Award for Best First Novel for The Damage Done

Winner, 2011 Crimespree Award for Best First Novel for The Damage Done

Winner, 2011 Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine Readers’ Choice Award for “Hedge Hog”

Winner, 2010 Spinetingler Award for Best Short Story for "Insatiable"

Winner, 2009 Watery Grave Invitational for "Beast"

 

Website: www.hilarydavidson.com

Blog: http://blog.hilarydavidson.com

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