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G M Malliet


UK flag (b.1951)

G. M. Malliet worked as a journalist and copywriter for national and international news publications and public broadcasters. Winner of the Malice Domestic Grant (Death of a Cozy Writer), Malliet attended Oxford University and holds a graduate degree from the University of Cambridge. 

Malliet's first novel Death of a Cozy Writer was chosen by Kirkus Reviews as a Best Book of 2008, nominated for a Left Coast Crime award (the Hawaii Five-O for best police procedural), short-listed for the Macavity Award for Best First Mystery, nominated for the Anthony Award for Best First Novel and was a finalist for the David G. Sasher, Sr. Award for Best Mystery Novel.

Genres: Cozy Mystery, Mystery
 
Series
St. Just Mystery
   1. Death of a Cozy Writer (2008)
     aka Death of a Cosy Writer
   2. Death and the Lit Chick (2009)
   3. Death At the Alma Mater (2010)
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Novels
   Weycombe (2017)
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Awards
Agatha Award Best First Novel winner (2008) : Death of a Cozy Writer
Anthony Awards Best First Novel nominee (2009) : Death of a Cozy Writer
Macavity Awards Best First Novel nominee (2009) : Death of a Cozy Writer
Anthony Awards Best Paperback original nominee (2010) : Death and the Lit Chick
Agatha Award Best Novel nominee (2011) : Wicked Autumn
Agatha Award Best Novel nominee (2012) : A Fatal Winter
Dilys Awards Best Book nominee (2012) : Wicked Autumn
Agatha Award Best Novel nominee (2013) : Pagan Spring
Agatha Award Best Novel nominee (2014) : Demon Summer
Agatha Award Best Contemporary Novel nominee (2014) : Demon Summer
Dilys Awards Best Book nominee (2014) : Pagan Spring


G M Malliet recommends
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Murderous Mistral (2017)
(Provence Mystery, book 1)
Cay Rademacher
"Rademacher has crafted a well-written tale of believable characters, lush scenery, and mouth-watering cuisine to help transport a mesmerized audience to the Provence of the imagination. The piecing together of evidence is expert in this seductive and very French tale, so pour a pastis, sit back, and savor your time with Capitaine Roger Blanc."
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A Dangerous Duet (2018)
Karen Odden
"Historical fiction with a sinister twist and an engaging heroine."

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