The 2021 Lefty Award nominees have been announced: The Study of Secrets by Cynthia Kuhn (Henery Press) has been nominated for Best Humorous Mystery Novel and Winter Counts by David Heska Wanbli Weiden (Ecco) has been nominated for Best Debut Mystery Novel.
For more information, please visit Left Coast Crime.
Congratulations to SinC-CO members Cynthia Kuhn, Kerry Hammond, and Keenan Powell, whose short stories will appear in Malice Domestic 16: Mystery Most Diabolical. The anthology will be presented by Walter Mosley and published by Wildside Press in time for Malice Domestic 32-33.
The stories that will appear are:
“There Comes a Time” by Cynthia Kuhn
“Strangers at a Table” by Kerry Hammond
“Miss Millie Munz” by Keenan Powell
For more information visit: https://www.malicedomestic.org/anthologies.html
The Burden of Hate by Helen Starbuck, the third book in the Annie Collins Mystery Series, was given a starred review by Kirkus, which called it, “A thriller that offers a master class in suspense,” and was a finalist in the 2020 National Indie Excellence Award.
For further information visit:
https://www.helenstarbuck.com/ or https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07Z6SXV4J/
Kate Lansing is excited to share the cover for Book 2 of her Colorado Wine Mystery series, A Pairing To Die For, coming January 26, 2021 from Berkley!
It’s available for pre-order and to add on Goodreads.
More information is on her website: http://katelansing.com/
The Colorado Authors League held their first-ever virtual awards ceremony on June 7, 2020 which featured a lot of great highlights for Sisters in Crime-Colorado authors.
In the Mystery, Crime, Suspense category, Barbara Nickless was the winner for her novel, Ambush.
Jennifer Kincheloe was a finalist for her novel, The Body In Griffith Park.
In the Romance category, Harper McDavid was the winner for her novel, Zapata.
Congratulations to all of our Sisters in Crime.
For more information, please visit the The Colorado Authors League Writing Awards Winners and Finalists page.
The following books have been named 2020 Colorado Book Awards Finalists!
- Rise: An Anthology of Change edited by Northern Colorado Writers (Introduction written by Amy Rivers; Cindra Spencer’s story, “The Potato Salad War,” is also included.)
- Tracking Game by Margaret Mizushima
- Zapat, Book 1: The Border Series by Harper McDavid
- The Blood of Seven by Claire L. Fishback
- Black Pearl, A Cold Case Suspense by Donnell Ann Bell
For more information, please visit the Colorado Humanities website.
The 2019 Agatha Award nominees have been announced: “The Blue Ribbon” by Cynthia Kuhn in Malice Domestic 14: Mystery Most Edible (Wildside Press) has been nominated for Best Short Story.
For more information, please visit Malice Domestic.