Dilys Award

award

The Dilys Award was presented every year from 1992 to 2014 by the Independent Mystery Booksellers Association. It was given to the mystery title of the year which the member booksellers have most enjoyed selling. The Independent Mystery Booksellers Association is an association of retail businesses that are either wholly or substantially devoted to the sale of mystery books. The Dilys award is named after Dilys Winn, who founded the first specialty bookseller of mystery books in the United States.
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award received: Dilys Award

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Author

Louise Penny

Canadian writer

works

17

A Fatal Grace

book by Louise Penny

author: Louise Penny

2007

The Brutal Telling

boek van Louise Penny

author: Louise Penny

2009

A Trick of the Light

boek van Louise Penny

author: Louise Penny

2011

The Cruelest Month

book by Louise Penny

author: Louise Penny

2008

Bury Your Dead

boek van Louise Penny

author: Louise Penny

2010

Author

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Val McDermid

Scottish crime writer

works

23

Fever of the Bone

book by Val McDermid

author: Val McDermid

2009

Beneath the Bleeding

crime novel by Val McDermid

author: Val McDermid

2007

The Last Temptation

book by Val McDermid

author: Val McDermid

2002

The Mermaids Singing

first novel of Tony Hill series by Val McDermid

author: Val McDermid

1995

The Torment of Others

crime novel by Scottish writer Val McDermid

author: Val McDermid

2004

Author

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Janet Evanovich

novelist

works

35

One for the Money

book by Janet Evanovich

author: Janet Evanovich

1994

Plum Lovin'

book by Janet Evanovich

author: Janet Evanovich

2007

Plum Lucky

book by Janet Evanovich

author: Janet Evanovich

2008

Smitten

author: Janet Evanovich

To the Nines

book by Janet Evanovich

author: Janet Evanovich

2003

Author

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Colin Cotterill

writer

Author

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Carl Hiaasen

journalist, columnist and novelist from the United States

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