The hard-working Craig Sisterson did when a quake forced postponement of the event, initially scheduled for Sept. 10 .
Geological conditions permitting, the ceremony will now take place Nov. 30. The details:
Whodunnit and Whowunnit? with the presentation of the inaugural Ngaio Marsh Award for Best Crime Novel 7:30pm, Tuesday 30 November 2010 Visions on Campus Restaurant, CPIT, corner Madras St & Ferry Road, Christchurch Drinks and nibbles from 7pm, author panel from 7:30pm $10, includes a glass of wine and nibbles.
Contact: Ruth Todd 03 384 4721 or firstname.lastname@example.org
- Cut & Run by Alix Bosco (Penguin)
- Burial by Neil Cross (Simon & Schuster)
- Containment by Vanda Symon, (Penguin)
- Lou Allin: crime writer, vice president of Crime Writers of Canada
- Mike Ripley: author of the "Angel" series of comedy thrillers, crime-fiction critic and commentator
- Sarah Minns: writer, deputy editor of Australia's Good Reading magazine
- Graham Beattie: former managing director/publisher of Penguin Books (New Zealand), creator of Beattie's Book Blog, book-industry consultant
- Craig Sisterson: crime fiction reviewer and features writer, creator of the Crime Watch blog
- Ros Henry: (See biographical information in comment, courtesy of Craig Sisterson.)
- Your humble blog-keeper