Saturday, February 25, 2017

Barry Award Nominees

Deadly Pleasures Mystery Magazine announced the nominees for the 2017 Barry Awards. Congratulations to all!

Best Novel:
• Where It Hurts, by Reed Farrel Coleman (Putnam)
• The Wrong Side of Goodbye, by Michael Connelly (Little, Brown)
• The Second Life of Nick Mason, by Steve Hamilton (Putnam)
• Wilde Lake, by Laura Lippman (Morrow)
• A Great Reckoning, by Louise Penny (Minotaur)
• The Second Girl, by David Swinson (Mulholland)

Best First Novel:
• Dodgers, by Bill Beverly (Crown)
• I’m Traveling Alone, by Samuel Bjork (Viking)
• IQ, by Joe Ide (Mulholland)
• The Drifter, by Nicholas Petrie (Putnam)
• I’m Thinking of Ending Things, by Iain Reid (Gallery/Scout Press)
• Presumed Missing, by Susie Steiner (Random House)

Best Paperback Original:
• Under the Harrow, by Flynn Berry (Penguin)
• The Heavens May Fall, by Allen Eskens (Seventh Street)
• The Queen’s Accomplice, by Susan Elia MacNeal (Bantam)
• The Darkest Secret, by Alex Marwood (Penguin)
• Rain Dogs, by Adrian McKinty (Seventh Street)
• The Girl in the Window, by Jake Needham (Half Penny)

Best Thriller:
• Overwatch, by Matthew Betley (Atria)
• First Strike, by Ben Coes (Minotaur)
• Guilty Minds, by Joseph Finder (Dutton)
• Back Blast, by Mark Greaney (Berkley)
• The One Man, by Andrew Gross (Minotaur)
• Collecting the Dead, by Spencer Kope (Minotaur)

Winners will be announced Thursday, October 12, during Bouchercon, in Toronto.

Hat Tip: The Gumshoe Site

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