Robert Barnard

In 2003, Robert Barnard received the Cartier Diamond Dagger lifetime achievement in crime writing award. He has also won the prestigious Nero Wolfe Award as well as the Anthony, Agatha, and Macavity Awards. An eight-time Edgar nominee and a member of the Detection Club, Barnard is the author of The Mistress of Alderley, The Bones in the Attic, Unholy Dying, A Scandal in Belgravia, and many other distinguished mysteries.

Anthologies featuring Robert Barnard

I.D.: Crimes of Identity

The latest showcase of shorts from the CWA celebrates the ‘who’ in the whodunnit, the psyche behind the psychological profile.

M.O.: Crimes of Practice

These stories demonstrate that, even with the most despicable of crimes, there’s methodology in the madness.