CWA reveals Dagger contenders

<p>The CWA revealed the remaining Dagger shortlists, with nominees ranging from Andrea Camilleri (<em>The Patience of the Spider</em>, Picador) and Dominique Manotti (<em>Loraine Connection</em>, Arcadia) in the International Dagger category, to Tom Rob Smith&#39;s d&eacute;but <em>Child 44 </em>(Simon &amp; Schuster) and Mo Hayder&#39;s <em>Ritual</em> (Transworld) for the Ian Fleming Steel Dagger.</p><p>The shortlists were announced yesterday (3rd June at the British Library), following a previous announcement of the Duncan Lawrie Dagger shortlist. The winners will be revealed on 10th July. <br /><br /><strong>THE SHORTLISTS IN FULL:</strong><br /><br /><strong>Duncan Lawrie Dagger</strong><br /><br />James Lee Burke&#39;s The Tin Roof Blowdown (Orion)<br />Colin Cotterill&#39;s The Coroner&#39;s Lunch (Quercus)<br />Frances Fyfield&#39;s Blood From Stone (Little, Brown)<br />Steve Hamilton&#39;s Night Work (Orion)<br />Laura Lippman&#39;s What the Dead Know (Orion)<br />R N Morris&#39;s A Vengeful Longing (Faber)</p><p><strong>Duncan Lawrie International Dagger </strong></p><p>Andrea Camilleri&#39;s <em>The Patience of the Spider</em> (Picador)<br />Stieg Larsson&#39;s <em>The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo</em> (Quercus)<br />Dominique Manotti&#39;s <em>Loraine Connection</em> (Arcadia)<br />Martin Suter&#39;s <em>A Deal with the Devil</em> (Arcadia)<br />Fred Vargas&#39;s <em>This Night&#39;s Foul Work</em> (Harvill Secker)</p><p><strong>Ian Fleming Steel Dagger</strong></p><p>Mo Hayder&#39;s <em>Ritual</em> (Transworld)<br />Gregg Hurwitz&#39;s <em>I See You</em> (Little, Brown)<br />Michael Robotham&#39;s <em>Shatter</em> (Little, Brown)<br />Tom Rob Smith&#39;s <em>Child 44</em> (Simon &amp; Schuster)<br />David Stone&#39;s <em>The Echelon Vendetta </em>(Penguin)<br /><br /><strong>The John Creasey (New Blood) Dagger</strong></p><p>Zoe Ferraris&#39;s <em>The Night of the Mi&#39;Raj</em> (Little, Brown)<br />Elena Forbes&#39;s <em>Die With Me</em> (Quercus)<br />Caro Ramsay&#39;s <em>Absolution</em> (Penguin)<br />Matt Rees&#39;s <em>The Bethlehem Murders</em> (Atlantic)<br />Tom Rob Smith&#39;s <em>Child 44 </em>(Simon &amp; Schuster)</p><p><strong>The Dagger in the Library</strong></p><p>Elizabeth Corley<br />Andrew Martin<br />Denise Mina<br />Craig Russell<br />CJ Sansom<br />Chris Simms</p><p><strong>The Debut Dagger</strong></p><p>Amer Anwar (UK) - Western Fringes<br />Belinda Bauer (UK) - Blacklands<br />Russell Colman (Canada) - Desert Storm<br />Peter Dewar (UK) - The Eclipse of Lilith<br />Bill Harrison (Canada) - Nite Lite<br />Alison Marlow (UK) - The Stench of Lilies<br />James Oswald (UK) - The Book of Souls<br />Susan Schaab (USA) - Wearing the Spider<br />Ian Simpson (UK) - Devils and Disciples<br />PJ Watson (USA) - All the Wrong People</p><p><strong>The Gold Dagger for Non-Fiction</strong> </p><p>Kester Apsden&#39;s Nationality: Wog (Cape)<br />Francisco Goldman&#39;s The Art of Political Murder (Atlantic)<br />David Rose&#39;s Violation (HarperPress)<br />Duncan Staff&#39;s The Lost Boy (Bantam Press)<br />Kate Summerscale&#39;s The Suspicions of Dr Whicher (Bloomsbury) <br />Peter Zimonjic&#39;s Into the Darkness (Vintage)</p><p><strong>The Short Story Dagger</strong></p><p>Robert Barnard, &quot;Provenance&quot; (from The Mammoth Book of the Best British Mysteries)<br />Michael Connelly, &quot;One Dollar Jackpot&quot; (from Dead Man&#39;s Hand)<br />Martin Edwards, &quot;The Bookbinder&#39;s Apprentice (from The Mammoth Book of the Best British Mysteries)<br />Laura Lippman, &quot;One True Love&quot; (from Best American Mystery Stories 2007)<br />Danuta Reah, &quot;Glazed&quot; (from Getting Even: Revenge Stories) </p>