The Agatha Award winners were announced at the Banquet tonight at Malice Domestic in Arlington, VA. The Awards are given to mystery and crime writers who write 'traditional' mysteries.
Best Novel: The Cruelest Month by Louise Penny (Minotaur Books)
Best First Novel: Death of a Cozy Writer by G.M. Malliet (Midnight Ink)
Best Children's/Young Adult: The Crossroads by Chris Grabenstein (Random House Children's Books)
Best Non-Fiction: How to Write Killer Historical Mysteries by Kathy Lynn Emerson (Perseverance Press)
Best Short Story: "The Night Things Changed" by Dana Cameron, Wolfsbane & Mistletoe (Penguin Group)
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