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Catriona McPherson
[1965-]
Dandy Gilver, a well-to-do woman in 1920s Scotland:

After the Armistice Ball (2005) [review]
Finalist 2005 Historical Dagger Award

The Burry Man’s Day (2006)

Bury Her Deep (2007)

The Winter Ground (2008)

Dandy Gilver and the Proper Treatment of Bloodstains (2009) [review]
2012 Macavity Award for Best Historical Mystery

Dandy Gilver and an Unsuitable Day for a Murder (2010) [review]
2012 Agatha Award for Best Historical Novel
2013 Left Coast Crime Bruce Alexander Award

Dandy Gilver and a Bothersome Number of Corpses (2012)
2014 Left Coast Crime Bruce Alexander Award
Finalist 2014 Macavity Award for Best Historical Mystery

Dandy Gilver and a Deadly Measure of Brimstone (2013)
APA: A Deadly Measure of Brimstone (2014)
2015 Left Coast Crime Bruce Alexander Award
2015 Macavity Award for Best Historical Mystery

Dandy Gilver and the Reek of Red Herrings (2014)
APA: The Reek of Red Herrings (2016)
2017 Lefty Award for Best Historical Mystery
2016 Agatha Award for Best Historical Novel

Finalist 2017 Macavity Award for Best Historical Mystery

Dandy Gilver and the Unpleasantness in the Ballroom (2015)

Dandy Gilver and the Most Misleading Habit (2016)

Dandy Gilver and a Spot of Toil and Trouble (2017)

Lexy Campbell, a marriage counselor from Scotland, whose life collapses in California, in the Last Ditch mysteries:

Scot Free (due April 8, 2018)

 

Non-series:

As She Left It (2013) [review]
2014 Anthony Award for Best Paperback
Finalist 2014 Left Coast Crime Calamari Award

The Day She Died (2014) [review]
2015 Anthony Award for Best Paperback
Finalist 2015 Edgar Award for Best Paperback

Finalist 2015 Macavity Award for Best Mystery

Come to Harm (2015)

The Child Garden (2015) [review]
Finalist 2015 Agatha Award for Best Contemporary Novel
Finalist 2016 Anthony Award for Best Mystery
Finalist 2016 Mary Higgins Clark Award
Finalist 2016 Macavity Award for Best Mystery

Quiet Neighbors (2016) [review]
Finalist 2017 Mary Higgins Clark Award

The Weight of Angels (2017)

House. Tree. Person. (2017)

Go to my Grave (UK due May 10, 2018)

Other fiction, written as Catriona McCloud:

Growing Up Again (2007)

Straight Up (2008)