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Arthur Ellis Award shortlist – 2015

The 2015 Arthur Ellis shortlists have been announced. These awards celebrate excellence in Canadian crime writing. And the “Arthur” has to be the coolest of all the award statues.

Best Novel

Cold Mourning by Brenda Chapman
None So Blind by Barbara Fradkin
Plague by C.C. Humphreys
No Known Grave by Maureen Jennings
Killing Pilgrim by Alen Mattich

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Best First Novel

A Quiet Kill by Janet Brons
Siege of Bitterns by Steve Burrows
Windigo Fire by M.H. Callway
No Worst, There is None by Eve McBride
Last of the Independents by Sam Wiebe

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Best Nonfiction Book

Being Uncle Charlie by Bob Deasy with Mark Ebner
The Massey Murder: a Maid, Her Master and the Trial that Shocked a Country by Charlotte Gray
Innocence on Trial: the framing of Ivan Henry by Joan McEwen
Life Real Loud: John Lefebvre, Neteller and the revolution in online gambling by Bill Reynolds
Extreme Mean: trolls, bullies and predators online by Paula Todd

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