Articles tagged "The Lock Artist"

2011 Barry Award Winners Announced!

The fine folks over at Deadly Pleasures Magazine announced the 2011 Barry Award-winners last night at Bouchercon in St. Louis. 

Barry Award-winners are chosen for their excellence in the field of crime fiction and we're celebrating because two of our favorites are on the top of the list! 

2011 Barry Award-winner for Best Novel: 
THE LOCK ARTIST by Steve Hamilton

2011 Barry Award-winner for Best First Novel:
THE POACHER'S SON by Paul Doiron

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2011 Anthony Award Nominees

Nominees for the 2011 Anthony Awards have been posted and there are some fantastic novels on their list! Look at all these chilling/thrilling/gut-spilling Macmillan titles:

Best Novel
BURY YOUR DEAD, Louise Penny
THE LOCK ARTIST, Steve Hamilton

Best First Novel
DAMAGE DONE, Hilary Davidson
THE POACHER'S SON, Paul Doiron
ROGUE ISLAND, Bruce DeSilva

Best Paperback Original
EXPIRATION DATE, Duane Swierczynski

Winners will be announced at the annual Bouchercon World Mystery Convention.

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The 2011 Edgar Award-Winners!

Well, we couldn't be happier. A few of our favorite 2010 mystery authors walked out of the Grand Hyatt Hotel last night as Edgar Award-winners! A huge congratulations to everyone nominated; this year's list was full of nail-biting thillers, chilling crime, and simply great mystery writing. Our winners are as follows:

Winner for Best Novel:

THE LOCK ARTIST by Steve Hamilton

Winner for Best First Novel by an American Author:

ROGUE ISLAND by Bruce Desilva

The 2011 Edgar Allan Poe Award-winners were announced April 28th, 2011 at a black tie gala at the Grand Hyatt Hotel, New York City. The Edgars honor the best in mystery fiction, non-fiction and television published or produced in 2010.

[UPDATE]We just dug up four ROGUE ISLAND galleys that were hiding in the back of our shelves. If you would like a copy of this Edgar Award-winner, send your name, library, and full mailing address to: Library @MacmillanUSA.com.

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Happy March Minotaur Mystery Madness Day! GIVEAWAY

It's Tuesday and I'm feeling sassy, so I'm dubbing today March Minotaur Mystery Madness Day! 

I pulled together two delicious mystery snack packs* for you to get your hands on. Click either box to email library at macmillanusa dot com and add your preference for "Combo A" or "Combo B" in the Subject Line (yes, yes, you can enter to win both!). Get those entries in before Thursday.

UPDATE: Contest now closed. Thanks to those who entered. Winners have been notified!

THE LOCK ARTIST, by Steve Hamilton: This Alex Award winning thriller is, as The New York Times Book Review said, "too good for words."
BAD BIRD, by Chris Knopf: Knopf kicks off his second Hamptons mystery with an explosive beginning, then pulls us back to the past of roguish lawyer Jackie Swaitkowski, and throws in a few twists before the end. Hold on tight!
THE KENKEN KILLINGS, by Parnell Hall: There are actually KenKen and crosswords in the pages of this book so you can solve this fun and quick witted puzzle mystery!

36 YALTA BOULEVARD, by Olen Steinhauer: Steinhauer earned this subtle and intelligent political thriller starred reviews from both Booklist and Library Journal.
PAST TENSE, by Catherine Aird: This elegant and mischievious whodunit earned a starred review from Publishers Weekly.
THE CURSE-MAKER, by Kelli Stanley: Booklist calls this one "an engrossing mystery, in which the first murder leads to a typically Roman orgy of revenge," with "fascinating and never heavy-handed information on Roman life," (yep, a starred review for this one, as well).

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Barry Picking!

Every year the crime fiction connoisseurs over at Deadly Pleasures offer awards of excellence to exceptional novels and short stories in several categories. The 2011 Barry Award nominees have been posted

THE LOCK ARTIST by Steve Hamilton and BURY YOUR DEAD by Louise Penny have been nominated for the Barry Award for Best Novel of 2011!

THE POACHER’S SON by Paul Doiron and THE HOLY THIEF by William Ryan have been nominated for Best First Novel!

BLOOD HARVEST by S. J. Bolton has been nominated for Best British Novel!

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2011 YALSA award winning titles – Macmillan ROCKS!

I am pleased to announce that the following 2 titles received the 2011 Alex Award from the Young Adult Library Services Association:


Alden Bell's, The Reapers are the Angels & Steve Hamilton's The Lock Artist.


AND


Courtney Summers' Some Girls Are made the 2011 Quick Picks for Reluctant Young Adult Readers TOP TEN list and the Best Fiction for Young Adults list.

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