This is the official announcement of the 2019 CLUE Book Awards for Suspense, Thrillers, and Crime stories, a division of the CIBAs, First Place Category Winners and the CLUE Grand Prize Winner. Congratulations to all! The CLUE Book Awards were presented by J.L. Oakley, 2012 Overall Grand Prize Winner.
The ONLY ONE LEFT (The Neema Mysteries, Book 3) by Pamela Beason – Thriller/Suspense, Animal Cozy, Police Procedural
With a private eye's keen attention to detail and a detective's internal ticking clock, Pamela Beason is a maestro at delivering mysteries that will keep you guessing and turning the pages.
Against a backdrop colored by 1970’s music and surfer culture, our hero returns to fight crime and solve the whodunit in a nail-biting pursuit of justice!
We are deeply honored to announce the 2018 Winners of the Chanticleer International Book Awards (The CIBAs). The winners were recognized at the annual Chanticleer Authors Conference and Awards Banquet Ceremony.
The CLUE Book Awards for Mystery Suspense & Thriller Novels – Grand Prize and First Place Category Winners – CIBAs 2018
We are excited and honored to officially announce the Grand Prize Winner and the First Place Category Winners for the 2018 CLUE Book Awards at the annual Chanticleer Authors Conference.
Brilliantly plotted with more twists and turns than an angry rattlesnake, Crockett gives us thrills and chills in her award-winning novel, Do Not Assume.
All Sorrel Janes wants to do is vanish...but not the way others have planned. The third book in the Sorrel Janes Mystery Series is a hit! Readers will be begging for more.
EPSTEIN’S PANCAKE by Bjarne Rostaing – Political Thriller, Thriller & Suspense, Mystery, CLUE AWARD WINNER
Edgy, articulate spy saga, Epstein’s Pancake is set in a post-Cold War world peopled by unsuspected betrayers and surprising allies.
The VOID: Book 3 in the TANNER SEQUENCE by Timothy Johnston – Sci-fi Thriller, Galactic Empire, Space Exploration Mystery
Edge-of-your-seat sci-fi thriller, book 3 in a trilogy where secrets can kill and whom to trust is always the question.