List of Edgar Allan Poe Award for Best Young Adult Novel winners


List of Edgar Allan Poe Award for Best Young Adult Novel winners

Edgar Allan Poe Award for Best Young Adult Novel:

Winners

2000s

*2008 Tedd Arnold, "Rat Life"
*2007 Robin Merrow MacCready, "Buried"
*2006 John Feinstein, "Last Shot"
*2005 Dorothy Hoobler and Thomas Hoobler, "In Darkness, Death"
*2004 Graham McNamee, "Acceleration"
*2003 Daniel Parker, "The Wessex Papers"
*2002 Tim Wynne-Jones, "The Boy in the Burning House"
*2001 Elaine M. Alphin, "Counterfeit Son"
*2000 Vivian Vande Velde, "Never Trust a Dead Man"

1990s

*1999 Nancy Werlin, "The Killer's Cousin"
*1998 Will Hobbs, "Ghost Canoe"
*1997 Willo Davis Roberts, "Twisted Summer"
*1996 Rob MacGregor, "Prophecy Rock"
*1995 Nancy Springer, "Toughing It"
*1994 Joan Lowery Nixon, "The Name of the Game Was Murder"
*1993 Chap Reaver, "A Little Bit Dead"
*1992 Theodore Taylor, "The Weirdo"
*1991 Chap Reaver, "Mote"
*1990 Alane Ferguson, "Show Me the Evidence"
*1989 Sonia Levitin, "Incident at Loring Groves"

See also

* Edgar Award
* Mystery Writers of America
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External links

* [http://theedgars.com/ The official website of Edgar Awards]


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