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Davitt Literary Award

The Davitt Awards (named in honour of Ellen Davitt (1812-1879) who wrote Australia's first mystery novel, Force and Fraud in 1865) are presented annually by the Sisters in Crime Australia association. The awards are presented for Australian crime fiction, by women, for both adults and young adults. They were established in 2001 to mark the 10th anniversary of the association.

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Banking bad
Banking bad
Banking bad
Book Winner, Best Non-fiction, 2020
Nominees: Adele Ferguson
Position: 1
Darkness for Light
eBook - 2021 Winner, Readers' Choice, 2020
Nominees: Emma Viskic
Position: 1
Available
Eight lives
Eight lives
Eight lives
Book Winner, Best Debut, 2020
Nominees: Susan Hurley
Position: 1
Four Dead Queens
Book - 2019 Winner, Best Young Adult Novel, 2020
Nominees: Astrid Scholte
Position: 1
Available in some locations
See What You Made Me Do
See What You Made Me Do
See What You Made Me Do The Dangers of Domestic Abuse That We Ignore, Explain Away, or Refuse to See By Hill, Jess
Book - 2020 __award_status_short list__, Best Non-fiction, 2020
Nominees: Jess Hill
Position: 2
Available in some locations
The girl in the mirror
The girl in the mirror
The girl in the mirror
Book Winner, Children's Crime Novel, 2020
Nominees: Jenny Blackford
Position: 1
The Scholar
Book - 2019 Winner, Readers' Choice, 2020
Nominees: Dervla McTiernan
Position: 1
Available in some locations
The trespassers
The trespassers
The trespassers
Book Winner, Best Adult Novel, 2020
Nominees: Meg Mundell
Position: 1
After the lights go out
After the lights go out
After the lights go out
Book __award_status_short list__, Best Young Adult Novel, 2019
Nominees: Lili Wilkinson
Position: 2
Eggshell skull
Eggshell skull
Eggshell skull
Book Winner, Best Debut, 2019
Nominees: Bri Lee
Position: 1
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