Written by Oline Cogdill



#4 S.A. STOLINSKY 2013-07-20 13:23
It's very important to read as many of the contemporary authors as possible, and although I missed Thrillerfest, it is one of the best conferences around and a real source of inspiration and knowledge. S.A. Stolinsky, author of COUNTERFEIT LOTTERY.
#3 Oline Cogdill 2013-07-07 22:21
LR: Thank you for posting the ones I had missed. I was afraid I was missing some when I compiled this list and was hoping our readers would chime in. Your comment just reinforces my thoughts on these good writers are receiving multiple nominations, and deservedly so. Thanks for reading
+1 #2 Michael Sherer 2013-07-07 13:18
I'm thrilled to be nominated for just one (a Thriller Award)! But it sure would be fun to up the odds of winning with multiple nods.
+1 #1 L.R. 2013-07-07 11:59
Several multiple nominees aren't listed here, and several authors listed here have other nominations:

Quirk's "500" is also up for the Thriller Award in the first novel category.

Pavone's "Expats" and Friedman's "Don't Ever Get Old" are both nominated for the Anthony in the first novel category.

MacNeal's "Mr. Churchill's Secretary" is also up for a Barry.

Ariel S. Winter's "The Twenty Year Death" is nominated for a Shamus and a Macavity.

Sean Chercover's "The Trinity Game" is nominated for a Macavity and an Anthony.

"Defending Jacob" by William Landay is up for a Thriller and a Barry for Best Novel

"Whiplash River" by Lou Berney was nominated for an Edgar and an Anthony for Best Paperback Original.

Jeffrey Deaver's "The Sequel" is up for a Macavity and a Shamus for best short story.

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