Agatha Award Winners, 2002 (Mystery)

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Agatha Award Winners, 2002 (Mystery)





The Agatha Award is given yearly by Malice Domestic to honor the traditional mystery as typified by the works of Agatha Christie.



Best Children's/Young Adult Novel: "Red Card: A Zeke Armstrong Mystery" by Daniel J. Hale and Matthew LaBrot

Best Nonfiction: "They Died in Vain: Overlooked, Underappreciated, and Forgotten Mystery Novels" edited by Jim Huang

Best Short Story: "The Dog That Didn't Bark" by Margaret Maron, published in "Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine," and "Too Many Cooks" by Marcia Talley, published in "Much Ado About Murder"

Best First Novel: "In the Bleak Midwinter" by Julia Spencer-Fleming

Best Novel: "You've Got Murder" by Donna Andrews

   

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