Awards

Elaine Viets: A mystery for every mood


Awards and Nominations

Awards

  • (2012) 2012 TV ME! Pitch Contest Honorable Mention:
    PUMPED FOR MURDER Nationwide Contest, Sarasota County Film and Entertainment Office
  • Lefty Award (2008) For the Funniest Mystery published in 2007:
    MURDER WITH RESERVATIONS: A Dead-End Job Mystery
  • Agatha Award (2005)
    Best Short Story published in 2004: “Wedding Knife” in the CHESAPEAKE CRIMES 1 anthology
  • Anthony Award (2005)
    Best Short Story: “Wedding Knife” in the CHESAPEAKE CRIMES 1 anthology

 

Nominations

  • Barry Award (2014) Best Paperback Original:
    FIXING TO DIE: a Josie Marcus Mystery Shopper Mystery
  • David Award (2010) Best Mystery published in 2009
    KILLER CUTS: A Dead-End Job Mystery
  • Agatha Award (2007) Best Novel
    MURDER WITH RESERVATIONS: A Dead-End Job Mystery
  • Anthony Award (2006) Best Short Story
    “Killer Blonde”  in the DROP DEAD BLONDE anthology
  • Anthony Award (2004) Best Short Story
    “Red Meat”  in the Mystery Writers of America anthology, BLOOD ON THEIR HANDS, edited by Lawrence Block
  • Lefty Award (2007) Best Humorous Mystery published in 2006
    MURDER UNLEASHED: A Dead-End Job Mystery
  • Lefty Award (2004) Best Humorous Mystery published in 2003:
    SHOP TILL YOU DROP: A Dead-End Job Mystery
  • Agatha Awards (2004) Best Novel
    SHOP TILL YOU DROP: A Dead-End Job Mystery
  • Agatha Awards (2004) Best Short Story
    “Red Meat” in the Mystery Writers of America  anthology, BLOOD ON THEIR HANDS, edited by Lawrence Block.
  • Agatha Awards (2004) Best Short Story
    “Sex and Bingo” in the HIGH STAKES anthology
  • Anthony Award (2004) Best Short Story
    “Red Meat” in the Mystery Writers of America  anthology, BLOOD ON THEIR HANDS, edited by Lawrence Block.
  • Barry Award (2004) Best Paperback Original
    MURDER BETWEEN THE COVERS: A Dead-End Job Mystery
  • Lefty Award (2004) Best Humorous Mystery published in 2003
    SHOP TILL YOU DROP: A Dead-End Job Mystery
  • Macavity Award (2004) Best Short Story
    “Red Meat” in the Mystery Writers of America  anthology, BLOOD ON THEIR HANDS, edited by Lawrence Block.