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CWA New Blood Dagger

The CWA New Blood Dagger is an annual award given by the British Crime Writers' Association (CWA) for first books by previously unpublished writers. It is given in memory of CWA founder John Creasey and was previously known as The John Creasey Memorial Award.Publisher Chivers Press was the sponsor from the award's introduction in 1973 to 2002. BBC Audiobooks was the sponsor since 2003.

Winners

2010s

  • 2010 - Ryan David Jahn, Acts of Violence
  • 2011 - S. J. Watson, Before I Go to Sleep
  • 2012 - Wiley Cash - A Land More Kind than Home
  • 2013 - Derek B. Miller, Norwegian by Night

2000s


1990s


1980s

  • 1980 - Liza Cody, Dupe
  • 1981 - James Leigh, The Ludi Victory
  • 1982 - Eric Wright, The Night the Gods Smiled'
  • 1983 - Carol Clemeau, The Ariadne Clue
  • 1984 - Elizabeth Ironside, A Very Private Enterprise
  • 1985 - Robert Richards, The Latimer Mercy
  • 1986 - Neville Steed, Tinplate
  • 1987 - Denis Kilcommons, Dark Apostle
  • 1988 - Janet Neel, Death's Bright Angel
  • 1989 - Annette Roome, A Real Shot in the Arm


1970s

References


External links

  • Crime Writers' Association website
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