Dagger in the library

The Dagger in the Library (Golden Handcuffs in 1994-1996) is an annual award given by the British Crime Writers' Association to a particular author. The award is given to a "living author who has given the most pleasure to readers".[1] Yearly shortlists are drawn up from submissions by libraries across United Kingdom, and the final decision is made by a panel of librarians. The award is currently sponsored by the Random House.






External links

  • Crime Writers' Association website
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