Cartier Diamond Dagger

British literary award for an outstanding lifetime's contribution to the crime novel genre

The Diamond Dagger is an award given by the Crime Writers' Association of Great Britain to authors who have made an outstanding lifetime's contribution to the genre.
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award received: Cartier Diamond Dagger

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Author

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Elmore Leonard

American novelist and screenwriter

works

49

Hombre

1961 novel by Elmore Leonard

author: Elmore Leonard

1961

City Primeval

1980 novel by Elmore Leonard

author: Elmore Leonard

1980

Riding the Rap

1995 novel by Elmore Leonard

author: Elmore Leonard

1995

Road Dogs

2009 novel by Elmore Leonard

author: Elmore Leonard

2009

The Hunted

1977 novel by Elmore Leonard

author: Elmore Leonard

1977

Author

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John le Carré

British novelist and spy

works

35

The Spy Who Came in from the Cold

1963 novel by John le Carré

author: John le Carré

1963

A Most Wanted Man

novel by John le Carré

author: John le Carré

2008

Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy

book by John le Carré

author: John le Carré

1974

The Night Manager

1993 espionage novel by John le Carré

author: John le Carré

1993

Author

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Sue Grafton

American writer (1940-2017)

Author

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Frederick Forsyth

English novelist

works

22

The Day of the Jackal

novel by Frederick Forsyth

author: Frederick Forsyth

1971

The Afghan

novel by Frederick Forsyth

author: Frederick Forsyth

2006

The Negotiator

novel by Frederick Forsyth

author: Frederick Forsyth

1989

The Fourth Protocol

novel by Frederick Forsyth

author: Frederick Forsyth

1984

The Dogs of War

novel by Frederick Forsyth

author: Frederick Forsyth

1974

Author

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Ruth Rendell

British writer

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