AWARDS AND NOMINATIONS
Victoria WON the Romantic Times 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, Romantic Times Book Reviews published a blog article about Victoria's body of work.
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.
MURDER ON AMSTERDAM AVENUE was nominated for an Agatha® Award* for Best Historical Mystery in 2016.
MURDER ON MORNINGSIDE HEIGHTS was nominated for an Agatha® Award* in 2017.
MURDER ON UNION SQUARE was nominated for an Agatha® Award* in 2019
CITY OF SECRETS was nominated for the Sue Grafton Memorial Award by Mystery Writers of America in 2019
* Thanks again to the folks at Malice Domestic for these Agatha® Award nominations
Victoria Thompson's News, Awards & Appearances
VICTORIA THOMPSON IN PRINT AND ON SCREEN:
Click here to watch my April 29, 2021 Vernon Area Public Library Discussion with Historical Mystery Authors along with Ashley Weaver, Erica Ruth Neubauer and Susanna Calkins. Click here to watch my April 28, 2021 video interview with C.S. Harris of Murder By The Book Click here to watch my August 27, 2020 video interview with my friend, Jayne Ann Krentz! Click here to watch my May 11, 2020 video interview with my friend, Jess Montgomery! Click here to view my YouTube video interview on Author's Voice. Click here to read my interview in Publishers Weekly with Paul Goat Allen:
Upper Manhattan New York Herald The Infamous Tombs Mulberry Building Lower Manhattan
May 5, 2021, 1PM ET with Christina Dodd, Jayne Ann Krentz, and Anna Lee Huber Details