This is the third in the Shop Girls series, set in Marlow's Department Store, and as war rages on, Lily's family receives a knock at the door - forcing them to face their biggest challenge yet.
This week, Woman's Weekly picked the book for review: "compelling... The sense of wartime community is strong, and this evocative novel may just be the balm our souls need right now."
Order your copy here.
In more L.C. Tyler news, the next two John Grey books have been snapped up by Little, Brown imprint Constable & Robinson.
Kate Mallinder's forthcoming book, Asking For A Friend, has been reviewed pre-publication in the Daily Mail, with the paper's Sally Morris saying: "a feel-good adventure that reinforces how friendship can be a source of strength in the face of intimidation — from others and from within."
The book is published this coming Thursday (4th June) - pre-order your copy here!
This moving and powerful book is available to buy here.
It has been announced that client Yvonne Singh will be a judge for the SSI Leeds Prize.
The SSI Leeds Literary Prize is a national biennial prize for unpublished fiction from UK black and Asian women. Previous prize alumni include Kit de Waal, Winnie M. Li and Mahusda Snaith.
To read more about the prize itself, click here.
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If you love your history, art and literature, then Lucinda will be appearing a virtual #LockdownLecture on Katey. It is available to join from anywhere, and you can book your slot right here.
Finally, we are delighted that Phillipa Ashley's new book, A Perfect Cornish Escape, is now available in selected Tesco stores across the country, a full TWO WEEKS before its official publication, and is part of their 'Fern Picks Book Club'.
This gorgeous summery read will warm your heart, and have you smell the fresh, Cornish sea air.
Haven't got a Tesco near you? No fear! You can pre-order here.