FOURTH DAY SHORTLISTED FOR BARRY AWARD

Fourth Day, by Zoë Sharp – the latest book in the acclaimed series featuring female bodyguard Charlie Fox – has been shortlisted for a Barry Award for Best British Novel 2011. This is the second time Sharp has been nominated for this award.

Fourth Day, by Zoë Sharp – the latest book in the acclaimed series featuring female bodyguard Charlie Fox – has been shortlisted for a Barry Award for Best British Novel 2011.  This is the second time Sharp has been nominated for this award.

The other nominees for Best British Novel are:

Started Early, Took my Dog, by Kate Atkinson
Blood Harvest, by S. J. Bolton
The Whisperers, by John Connolly
The Woodcutter, by Reginald Hill
Three Seconds, by Roslund & Hellstrom

The awards are sponsored by Deadly Pleasures Mystery Magazine and you can see the full list of awards and nominees here. Readers of the magazine will be responsible for voting for the winners who will be announced at the Bouchercon mystery convention this September 2011.

Fourth Day is available in hardback and will be out in paperback on 14 March 2011.

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