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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
 

Novels
   Weycombe (2017)
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Novellas
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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)
(Victorian Mystery , book 1)
Karen Odden
"Historical fiction with a sinister twist and an engaging heroine."
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The Collector (2022)
(Big Picture Trilogy, book 1)
Lane Stone
"Lane Stone knows her art world of fraud, deception, and shifting alliances but she wears her knowledge lightly. The reader is privileged to follow along as her protagonist explores whodunnit and, most of all, why. A fun, engrossing read that teaches you what you don't know about a world in which value is after all just a matter of perception."

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