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Stop - You're Killing Me!
Bethany Books Talk, September 18, 2009
Marcy G.

Podcast of this book talk

Marcy featured mystery novels that she found via the Stop...You're Killing Me! web site for this September books talk.

Books Discussed in This Session

book cover The Collaborator of Bethlehem
by Matt Beynon Rees

Nominated for the Barry award and the Macavity award for Best first novel in 2008

book cover Finding Nouf
by Zoe Ferraris

Nominated for the Macavity award for Best first novel of 2009

book cover In the Woods
by Tana French

Won the Macavity award for Best first novel in 2008 and the Edgar award for the best first novel by an American Author 2009

book cover The Spellman Files
by Lisa Lutz

Nominated for the Anthony award and the Barry award for Best first mystery novel in 2008

book cover Through a Glass Deadly
by Sarah Atwell

Nominated for the Agatha award for Best first novel in 2008

book cover The Diva Runs Out of Thyme
by Krista Davis

Nominated for the Agatha award for Best first novel in 2008

book cover Chocolate Snowman Murders
by JoAnna Carl

book cover The Cleaner
by Brett Battles

Nominated for the Shamus award for Best P. I. First Novel 2008

Books Mentioned but Not Discussed in This Session

book cover Pushing Up Daisies
by Rosemary Harris

Nominated for the Agatha award for Best first novel in 2008

book cover Beautiful Blue Death
by Charles Finch

Nominated for the Agatha award for Best first novel in 2007

book cover Silent in the Grave
by Deanna Raybourn

Nominated for the Agatha award for Best first novel in 2007

book cover Death of a Cozy Writer
by G.M. Malliet

Won the Agatha award for Best first novel in 2008

book cover Sweetsmoke
by David Fuller

Nominated for the Edgar award for Best first novel by an American author 2009

book cover The Wrong Kind of Blood
by Declan Hughes

Won the Shamus award for Best P.I. first novel in 2007