VJ Books Presents Author Giles Blunt!
Giles Blunt was born in 1952 and grew up in North Bay, Ontario. After studying English literature at the University of Toronto, he moved to New York City, where he lived for the next twenty years, before moving back to Toronto in 2002. He is a novelist, screenwriter, and poet.
The first Cardinal novel, Forty Words for Sorrow, won the British Crime Writers Silver Dagger award, and the second, The Delicate Storm, won the Crime Writers of Canada Arthur Ellis award for best novel, as did the latest, Until the Night. He has been twice longlisted for the Dublin IMPAC award.
Giles Blunt received the honorary degree of Doctor of Education on June 12, 2014, from Nipissing University.
Giles Blunt Bibliography
John Cardinal Series
Forty Words for Sorrow - 2000
- The Delicate Storm - 2002
- Black Fly Season - 2005
- By the Time You Read This - 2006 (also published as The Fields of Grief)
- Crime Machine - 2010
- Until the Night - 2012
- Cold Eye - 1989
- No Such Creature - 2008
- Breaking Lorca - 2009
- The Hesitation Cut - 2015 (Paperback)
Giles Blunt Awards
- British Crime Writers Silver Dagger Award
- Crime Writers of Canada Arthur Ellis Award for Best Novel
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