SleuthSayers: B.K. Stevens Wins An Anthony

One last Bouchercon recap—this one in my SleuthSayers column and focused on B.K. Stevens’ Anthony Award win for Best Novella.

Here’s an excerpt from the post:

Last week’s Bouchercon in Toronto was terrific and memorable in so many ways, with one of the great highpoints coming on the final day, when our fellow SleuthSayers B.K. Stevens won the Anthony Award for Best Novella for her outstanding story “The Last Blue Glass.”

As most folks in our community know, Bonnie passed away suddenly back in August, but her husband Dennis and their daughter Rachel were in Toronto for much of Bouchercon to represent her as an Anthony finalist—attending several short story panels and being part of the weekend generally.

Read the full post here.