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Denise Mina

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Nationality  Scottish
Education  University of Glasgow
Role  Crime writer
Name  Denise Mina
Genre  Crime fiction

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Awards  CWA New Blood Dagger, Barry Award for Best British Crime Novel
Nominations  Dagger in the Library, Edgar Award for Best Novel
Books  Garnethill, Still Midnight, Field of Blood, The Dead Hour: Time Only Matt, Slip of the Knife
Similar People  Leonardo Manco, Ian Rankin, Val McDermid, Jayd Johnson, Christopher Brookmyre

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Denise Mina (born 1966) is a Scottish crime writer and playwright. She has written the Garnethill trilogy and another three novels featuring the character Patricia "Paddy" Meehan, a Glasgow journalist. Described as an author of Tartan Noir, she has also dabbled in comic book writing, having recently written 13 issues of Hellblazer. Since 2006, she has had two plays performed with unsuccessful reception.


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Mina's first Paddy Mehan novel, The Field of Blood, was filmed by the BBC for broadcast in 2011, and stars Jayd Johnson, Peter Capaldi and David Morrissey. The second, The Dead Hour was filmed and broadcast in 2013.

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Denise Mina was born in Glasgow in 1966. Her father worked as an engineer. Because of his work, the family moved 21 times in 18 years: from Paris to The Hague, London, Scotland and Bergen. Mina left school at sixteen and worked in a variety of low-skilled jobs, including: bar maid, kitchen porter and cook. She also worked for a time in a meat processing factory. In her twenties she worked in auxiliary nursing for geriatric and terminal care patients before returning to education and earning a law degree from Glasgow University.

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It was while researching a PhD thesis on the ascription of mental illness to female offenders, and teaching criminology and criminal law at Strathclyde University in the 1990s, that she decided to write her first novel Garnethill, published in 1998 by Transworld.

Mina lives in Glasgow.

Awards and honors

  • 1998 John Creasy Dagger for Best First Crime Novel, Garnethill
  • 2011 The Martin Beck Award (B√§sta till svenska √∂versatta kriminalroman), The End of the Wasp Season
  • 2012 Theakston's Old Peculier Crime Novel of the Year Award, The End of the Wasp Season
  • References

    Denise Mina Wikipedia

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