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Mystery Awards 2000 Agatha Awards

The Agatha awards are presented at the annual Malice Domestic mystery convention, having been voted on by convention attendees. Winners were announced at the Agatha Awards Banquet May 7, 2000. The award is named in honor of Agatha Christie, author of many "cozy" mysteries, and is shaped like a teapot, as the traditional cozy takes place in the English countryside.

Best Novel
Earlene Fowler's Mariner's Compass   
Best First Novel
Robin Hathaway's Murder, With Peacocks  
Best Nonfiction
Daniel Stashower's Teller of Tales: The Life of Arthur Conan Doyle  

Best Short Story
Nancy Pickard's "Out of Africa"
St. Martin's Contest Winner
Margot Wadley

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