Tuesday, May 26, 2020


More news from our neighbors to the North.

The Bony Blithe Award 2020
The Bloody Words Light Mystery Award

Bony Blithe is pleased to announce the winner of the 2020 Bloody Words Light Mystery Award, a literary award for books that make us smile.
Liz Freeland for Murder in Midtown (Kensington Books)
Murder in Midtown, the second book in Liz’s Louise Faulk historical mystery series, is set in 1913 New York City. The story brings together the highest and lowest of NYC’s denizens as Louise works to solve a particularly nasty murder, all the while risking her newly acquired position as a novice NYC policewoman.
The Bony Blithe is an annual Canadian award that celebrates traditional, feel-good mysteries announce this year’s winner. Now in its sixth year, the award is for a “mystery book that makes us smile” and includes everything from laugh-out-loud to gentle humour to good old-fashioned stories with little violence or gore – in short, books that are fun to read.
Because of Covid-19, the Bloody Words mini-con/Bony Blithe Award gala was cancelled. However, the mini-con/award gala will be back next year at the High Park Club in Toronto with a double award presentation: the 2020 award to Liz and the 2021 award.
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