VICTORIA'S PUBLIC APPEARANCES:

Guest of Honor
Malice Domestic
Bethesda, MD
April 29-May 1, 2016
Malicedomestic.com 

AWARDS and Nominations:

Victoria WON the RT Book Reviews 2011 Career Achievement Award for her outstanding body of work in mystery fiction. 
The other nominees in this category were Anne Perry, Rhys Bowen, Sue Grafton, Rita Mae Brown and Lee Child.

​In 2011, RT Book Reviews published a blog article about Victoria's body of work: Read it here.

MURDER ON ASTOR PLACE was nominated for the Best First Mystery Award by Romantic Times Magazine's 1999 Reviewer's Choice Awards.

MURDER ON ST. MARK’S PLACE was nominated for an Edgar® Award by Mystery Writers of America in 2001.

MURDER ON FIFTH AVENUE was nominated for an Agatha Award for Best Historical Mystery in 2013.

MURDER IN CHELSEA was nominated for an Agatha Award for Best Historical Mystery in 2014.

MURDER IN MURRAY HILL was nominated for Best Historical Mystery by RT Book Reviews in 2014.

MURDER IN MURRAY HILL was also nominated for an Agatha Award for Best Historical Mystery in 2015.

Finally, MURDER ON AMSTERDAM AVENUE was nominated for an Agatha Award for Best Historical Mystery in 2016.

Thanks again to the folks at Malice Domestic for this honor



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