News

Maisie Dobbs #16, The Consequences of Fear is now available!

This Time Next Year We’ll Be Laughing is nominated for an Edgar® Award for Best Critical/Biographical work.
(January 2021)

Maisie Dobbs was clue 24 Across in the New York Times Crossword on the 29th. (December 2020)

Article in CrimeReads: The Night Jacqueline Winspear Helped Her Father Steal a Christmas Tree. (December 2020)

Jacqueline’s memoir listed by The New York Times as a New & Noteworthy Recent Title of Interest. (December 2020)

Read Jacqueline’s essay, A Good Day To Remember Your Roots, for the UK’s Female First. (November 2020)

Jacqueline’s feature essay, “Women On Fire,” about women working in wildfire management, was published in Shattering Glass, the first anthology from Nasty Woman Press. (June 2020)

Jacqueline’s feature essay, “Writing About War” was published in Private Investigations: Mystery Writers On The Secrets, Riddles and Wonders In Their Lives. (April 2020)

Jacqueline’s essay on Women War Correspondents—from Sapper Dorothy to the Citizen Journalists of today—was published on Lithub. (April 2020)

Jacqueline’s essay was published in AFAR magazine on adventures with her life-long friend and travel buddy! (October 2019)

Jacqueline’s work is featured in the New York Times Book Review’s “Inside The List.” (April 2018)

When asked by Entertainment Weekly, “What book does your whole family love?” Chelsea Clinton replied, “We all love the Maisie Dobbs series. Jacqueline Winspear’s protagonist is indomitable and vulnerable, brilliant and kind.” (March 2018)

The Richmond-Times Dispatch says: “Winspear, whose work combines realistic historical plots with lovely, unobtrusive prose, has won numerous awards, and rightly so. Each character is fashioned with care, and Maisie — whose history Winspear has revealed in this book’s predecessors — grows even more richly developed with each installment. A woman acquainted with sorrow but one who has emerged from its debilitating darkness, she possesses presence, rectitude and bravery that reflect the glory of her creator’s decency and grace. A novel that appeals equally to the intellect and the emotions, To Die But Once advances Maisie’s engaging story and reaffirms Winspear’s eminence in her field.”

Jacqueline’s essay about the heroines of World War 1 published in the Daily Beast. (July 2017)

NPR’s Maureen Corrigan broadcast a retrospective of Jacqueline’s Maisie Dobbs series. (July 2014)

Read Jacqueline’s essay: Maisie Dobbs 10th Anniversary Reflections(2013)

Elegy for Eddie named one of the “9 Mysteries Every Thinking Woman Should Read” by Oprah Winfrey. (March 2012)

Read Jacqueline’s essay: From a Railway Carriage. (2007)

Read Jacqueline’s essay: Visit to the WW1 Battlefields of France and Flanders(2004)

Awards

Dayton Literary Peace Prize Finalist
Edgar® Award Finalist for Best Novel
Agatha Award Winner for Best Novel
Macavity Award Winner for Best Novel
Barry Award Winner for Best Novel
Sue Feder Award Winner for Best Historical Novel
Alex Award Winner for Adult Book that Appeals to Teens
Sue Grafton Memorial Award Finalist for Best Novel in a Series
Martin Cruz Smith Award Finalist for Best Suspense/Mystery Novel
Bruce Alexander Award Finalist for Best Historical Mystery Novel