Wednesday, August 7, 2013


The finalists for this year's Davitt Awards presented by Sisters in Crime Australia for "the Best Crime Writing by Women." The winners will be announced August 31 in Melbourne.

Adult Fiction:

Cold Grave, by Kathryn Fox (Pan)
Paving the New Road, by Sulari Gentill (Pantera Press)
Mad Men, Bad Girls and the Guerilla Knitters Institute,
by Maggie Groff (Pan)
Walking Shadows, by Narrelle M. Harris (Clan Destine Press)
Silent Fear, by Katherine Howell (Pan)
Silent Valley, by Malla Nunn (Macmillan)
Sisters of Mercy, by Caroline Overington (Bantam)
The Poet’s Cottage, by Josephine Pennicott (Macmillan)

Children’s/Young Adult Fiction:
The Children of the King, by Sonya Hartnett (Viking)
Moonlight and Ashes, by Sophie Masson (Random House)
Truly Tan, by Jen Storer (ABC Books)
The Tunnels of Tarcoola, by Jennifer Walsh (Allen & Unwin)

True Crime:
The Waterlow Killings, by Pamela Burton (Victory)
Missing You, by Justine Ford (Five Mile Press)

HT: The Rap Sheet

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