CWA John Creasey (New Blood) Dagger
This award is for the best crime novel by a first-time author of any nationality first published in the UK in English during the Judging Period.
CWA John Creasey (New Blood) Dagger Judges
The John Creasey Judges are always on the look out for new talent and have a great track record for spotting the next big thing.
Chair CWA John Creasey (New Blood) Dagger Judges
worked for many years in book publishing as an editor and launched the Murder One Bookshop, which he owned and ran for over 20 years. He now writes, edits and translates full-time in London. The series The Mammoth Book of Best British Crime Volume, which he edited, has printed many winners of the CWA Short Story Dagger. His website is maximjakubowski.co.uk
Previously Editor in Chief for Crime & Thrillers at Fayard (Hachette Group), Lilas spent ten years working with diverse and prominent international authors. In recognition of her success , she was invited to take the helm at Bragelonne, France’s leading independent publishing house. Pursuing her passion for all things noir, Lilas works with a dedicated team to bring exciting new voices to print. With a roster that includes James Oswald, Johana Gustawsson, Joseph Finder, Steve Cavanagh and François Baranger, the Bragelonne noir imprint has quickly established itself as one of France’s leading imprints.
is an acclaimed London-based author whose two last novels EUROPE IN AUTUMN and EUROPE AT MIDNIGHT have been shortlisted for various prestigious awards. An ex-journalist, his just-about-futuristic thrillers deal with the hidden side of political reality. He has also edited various SF anthologies and published collections of his short stories.
Karen Robinson is the Supplements Editor of the Sunday Times. She also writes, on property, education, books, travel and food.
The nomination period for the CWA Daggers now open.
Only registered publishers are able to nominate in the CWA Dagger Awards. The 2017-2018 Daggers are for works published between April 01, 2017 to March 31, 2018 inclusive. The final deadline for submitting a work is February 28, 2018.
|When I Wake Up||Jessica Jarlvi||Aria|
|The Room by the Lake||Emma Dibdin||Head of Zeus|
|Trust Me||Zosia Wand||Head of Zeus|
|Hold My Hand||M.J. Ford||Avon|
|99 Red Balloons||Elisabeth Carpenter||Avon|
|The Breaking of Liam Glass||Charles Harris||Marble City Publishers|
|Last Stop Tokyo||James Buckler||Doubleday|
|What Alice Knew||T.A. Cotterell||Doubleday|
|Need To Know||Karen Cleveland||Bantam Press|
|The Visitors||Catherine Burns||Legend Press|
|Are You Sleeping||Kathleen Barber||Macmillan|
|The Cutaway||Christina Kovac||Serpent’s Tail|
|The Upstairs Room||Kate Murray-Browne||Picador|
|Girl in Snow||Danya Kukafka||Picador|
|The Choice||Samantha King||Piatkus|
|In Strangers’ Houses||Elizabeth Mundy||Constable|
|The Ruin||Dervia McTiernan||Sphere|
|Friend Request||Laura Marshall||Sphere|
|Little Bird||Sharon Dempsey||Bloodhound Books|
|IQ||Joe Ide||Weidenfeld & Nicolson|
|The Woman in the Window||A.J. Finn||HarperFiction|
|Ravenhill||John Steele||Silvertail Books|
|The Two O’Clock Boy||Mark Hill||Sphere|
|Gravesend||William Boyle||No Exit Press|
|Sal||Mick Kitson||Canongate Books|
|Bloody January||Alan Parks||Canongate Books|
|The Unquiet Dead||Ausma Zehanat Khan||No Exit Press|