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At the Crimefest in Bristol, the shortlist for the 2013 running of the CWA International Dagger was announced.
The six books in contention for the Dagger this year are:
- Alex by Pierre Lemaitre, translated by Frank Wynne
The Missing File by D A Mishani, translated by Steven Cohen
Two Soldiers by Anders Roslund & Börge Hellström, translated by Kari Dickson
Ghost Riders of Ordebec by Fred Vargas, translated by Siân Reynolds
Death in Sardinia by Marco Vichi, translated by Stephen Sartarelli
The Collini Case by Ferdinand von Schirach, translated by Anthea Bell
There has been also other shortlists of nominees announced. Please have a look at
News | The British Crime Writers’ Association today announced its longlist of 13 nominees for the 2013 Dagger in the Library Award. More at The Rap Sheet.