Here are the Winners of the 2017 ITW Thriller Awards

ItwiThe winners of the 2017 ITW Thriller Awards were announced this weekend at Thrillerfest by the International Thriller Writers.

 Here are the finalists in several categories, with winners listed at the top of each list. (Special callout to Anne Frasier, who is published by the Amazon Publishing imprint Thomas & Mercer) :



M1winner - Noah Hawley — Before the Fall (Grand Central Publishing)

Megan Abbott — You Will Know Me (Little, Brown and Company)

Reed Farrel Coleman — Where It Hurts (G.P. Putnam’s Sons)

Laura McHugh — Arrowood (Spiegel & Grau)

Ben H. Winters — Underground Airlines (Mulholland Books)



M2winner - Nicholas Petrie — The Drifter (G.P. Putnam’s Sons)

Bob Bickford — Deadly Kiss (Black Opal Books)

J.L. Delozier — Type and Cross (WiDo Publishing)

David McCaleb — Recall (Lyrical Underground)

E.Z. Rinsky — Palindrome (Witness Impulse)



Fraisierwinner - Anne Frasier — The Body Reader (Thomas & Mercer)

Robert Dugoni — In the Clearing (Thomas & Mercer)

Paul Kemprecos — The Minoan Cipher (Suspense Publishing)

Jonathan Maberry — Kill Switch (St. Martin’s Griffin)

Stephen Maher — Salvage (Dundurn)


Other winners:

Best Short Story: Joyce Carol Oates — “Big Momma” (Ellery Queen’s Mystery Magazine)

Best EBook Original Novel: James Scott Bell — ROMEO’S WAY (Compendium Press)

Best Young Adult Novel: A.J. Hartley — STEEPLEJACK (TOR Teen)



You can see all of the finalists here.


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Comments (2)

So who won in the other categories?

Posted by: Ellen Datlow | Monday July 17, 2017 at 4:41 PM

What Ellen Datlow wants, Ellen Datlow gets. I've added the other winners.

Posted by: Chris Schluep | Monday July 17, 2017 at 7:24 PM

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