Best Mystery Novel
Soul Patch by Reed Farrel Coleman (Bleak House)
The Unquiet by John Connolly (Hodder & Stoughton*/Atria)
Blood of Paradise by David Corbett (Ballantine Mortalis)
Water Like a Stone by Deborah Crombie (HarperCollins)
What the Dead Know by Laura Lippman (Morrow)

Best First Mystery
In the Woods by Tana French (Hodder & Stoughton*/Viking)
Heart-Shaped Box by Joe Hill (William Morrow)
The Spellman Files by Lisa Lutz (Simon & Schuster)
Stealing the Dragon by Tim Maleeny (Midnight Ink)
The Collaborator of Bethlehem by Matt Beynon Rees (Soho)

Best Mystery Short Story
"A Rat's Tale" by Donna Andrews (EQMM, Sep-Oct 2007)
"Please Watch Your Step" by Rhys Bowen (The Strand Magazine, Spring 2007)
"The Missing Elevator Puzzle" by Jon L. Breen (EQMM, Feb 2007)
"Brimstone P.I." by Beverle Graves Myers (AHMM, May 2007)
"The Old Wife's Tale" by Gillian Roberts (EQMM, Mar-Apr 2007)

Best Mystery Non-Fiction
Rough Guide to Crime Fiction by Barry Forshaw (Penguin Rough Guides)
Chester Gould: A Daughter's Biography of the Creator of Dick Tracy by Jean Gould O'Connell (McFarland & Company)
Arthur Conan Doyle: A Life in Letters, edited by Jon Lellenberg, Daniel Stashower & Charles Foley (HarperPress*/Penguin)
Police Procedure and Investigation: A Guide for Writers by Lee Lofland (Howdunit Series, Writers Digest Books)
The Essential Mystery Lists: For Readers, Collectors, and Librarians, compiled and edited by Roger Sobin (Poisoned Pen Press)

Sue Feder Memorial Historical Mystery
Her Royal Spyness by Rhys Bowen (Penguin)
Mistress of the Art of Death by Ariana Franklin (Putnam)
The Snake Stone by Jason Goodwin (Faber & Faber*/ Farrar, Straus and Giroux)
Consequences of Sin by Clare Langley-Hawthorne (Viking*/Penguin)
The Gravediggers Daughter by Joyce Carol Oates (HarperCollins Ecco)
*UK publisher (first edition)

(Courtesy of announcement by Janet Rudolph, Mystery Readers International. Winners will be announced at Bouchercon Baltimore.)

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Good on you, Lee!

(and everyone else too)
Thanks for the list. I enjoy being kept in the loop about award winners. I have corresponded with Tim Maleeny who is modest about his literary talent. His second novel, Beating the Babushka, I enjoyed just as much as his first. I know that he is working on a third.
I'm in the midst of reading Laura Lippman's What the Dead Know. Fantastic book, highly recommend it. Her characters are mindblowing.

Susan
Thanks, Daniel. I'm really honored and humbled to be included on a list with such a star-studded group of authors. This nomination is truly an honor. I've told everyone, I simply can't stop smiling.
I can imagine how thrilled you are, Lee! Congrats.
Thanks, Naomi. Yep, thrilled is a good description!

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