Ann Cleeves

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Ann Cleeves
Born1954
Nationality United Kingdom
GenresCrime
Notable award(s)Duncan Lawrie Dagger 2006
 
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Ann Cleeves
Born1954
Nationality United Kingdom
GenresCrime
Notable award(s)Duncan Lawrie Dagger 2006

Ann Cleeves (born 1954) is a British crime-writer. In 2006 she won the inaugural Duncan Lawrie Dagger, the richest crime-writing prize in the world, for her novel Raven Black.

The Vera Stanhope novels have been dramatized as the TV detective series Vera.

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George & Molly novels[edit]

Inspector Ramsay[edit]

Vera Stanhope[edit]

These novels have been dramatized for TV as Vera, made for, and shown on ITV, starring Brenda Blethyn in the title role. It was first shown in May 2011.

Shetland Island Quartet[edit]

The novel Red Bones was dramatised by David Kane for BBC television starring Douglas Henshall and broadcast in 2013 as Shetland. Episodes to be broadcast in 2014 will be based on Raven Black, Dead Water and Blue Lightning.[1]

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