All That Remains
ALCS Gold Dagger for Non-Fiction
This award is for any non-fiction work on a crime related theme by an author of any nationality as long as the book was first published in the UK in English during the Judging Period. This award encompasses, though is not limited to, non-fiction works relating to true crime, historical crime, crime-related biography, crime-fiction literature and critical studies.
The winner of the Gold Dagger for Non-Fiction will be announced at the glamorous CWA Dagger Awards Gala Dinner at the Leonardo Royal Hotel London City on 24 October 2019. To book your place at the premiere crime writing awards ceremony of the year, fill in the booking form here. Hurry! The tickets are selling like hot cakes.
All That Remains
An Unexplained Death
Murder by the Book
The Feather Thief
Kirk Wallace Johnson
The Spy and the Traitor
Philip Gooden (Chair)
Philip writes both fiction and non-fiction. His historical novels include the Nick Revill series, set in Elizabethan London, and a Victorian sequence, the most recent title for which is The Durham Deception. Philip Gooden also writes books on language, including Who’s Whose? and Faux Pas?, which won the English Speaking Union award for the best English Language book of 2006. He was Chair of the Crime Writers’ Association in 2007-8
Jasmine as been first, Bulletin Editor, and then also Secretary of the Dorothy L Sayers Society, starting in 1995. I also answer as many as possible of the questions which come in to the email@example.com address, which has taught me a pretty good knowledge of Sayers and her works. I am also a member of the Margery Allingham Society, and a devotee of Golden Age detective fiction, but with fairly wide-ranging literary tastes.
Carol Anne Davis
Carol Anne Davis is the author of seven true crime books, the latest of which is Parents Who Kill. She has also authored seven novels, the latest being the kindle-only Near Death Experience. She regularly contributes in-depth features to Serial Killer Quarterly and is a judge for the CWA’s non-fiction dagger. Her website can be found at www.carolannedavis.co.uk
After a false start in academic publishing, Kate moved to Piatkus, initially as a Subsidiary and International Rights Manager; she was then fortunate enough to enable to indulge her lifelong passion for crime writing on a daily basis when she became Commissioning Editor for crime. In recent years she has worked as a freelance editor.
|Sue Black||All That Remains||Transworld – Doubleday|
|Mikita Brottman||An Unexplained Death||Canongate|
|Rachael Brown||Trace||Scribe UK|
|Claire Harman||Murder by the Book||Viking|
|Kirk Johnson||The Feather Thief||Hutchinson|
|Helena Kennedy||Eve Was Shamed||Chatto & Windus|
|Sarah Langford||In Your Defence||Transworld – Doubleday|
|Ben Macintyre||The Spy and the Traitor||Viking|
|Hallie Rubenhold||The Five||Transworld – Doubleday|
|David Wilson||My Life with Murderers||Little, Brown – Sphere|
SUBMISSIONS FOR APRIL 01, 2019 TO MARCH 31, 2020
|Barry Forshaw||Crime Fiction: A Reader’s Guide||Oldcastle Books|
|Catherine Czerkawska||A Proper Person to be Detained||Contraband|
|Jeff Sparrow||Fascists Amongst Us||Scribe UK|
|Tom Wright & Bradley Hope||Billion Dollar Whale||Scribe UK|
|Rchael Louise Snyder||No Visible Bruises||Scribe UK|
|Mark Bowden||The Last Stone||Grove Press- Atlantic Books|
|Michael Matthews||American Ruin||Silvertail Books|
Blood on the Page
Gripping account of the recent and baffling murder of a Hampstead eccentric, and of the subsequent trial in which parts of the evidence were suppressed by government order.