The first in the new series, featuring investigative psychologist, Philip Taiwo, will be published by Bloomsbury Raven next month.
In addition, the book was included in Goodreads' '75 Debut Novels to Discover in 2021' - to see the full list, click here.
More finished copies arrived this week - the debut adult crime novel by David Fennell, The Art of Death (February 2021, Zaffre Books).
This is the beginning of a gripping new series, set in London, with DI Grace Archer at the helm. Perfect for fans of Chris Carter, M. W. Craven and Alex North (The Whisper Man).
We were delighted to see a new endorsement for this fab page-turner, from Susi Holliday:
"A serial killer classic in the making, The Art of Death is neatly plotted, perfectly paced and brilliantly characterised with a clever concept that hooks you in and holds you tight, right up to the extremely satisfying final page."
It is awarded annually to the author of the publication considered by the judging panel to be the most outstanding nature writing published in a given calendar year. The winning work must reflect the heritage and spirit of Richard Jefferies’ countryside books. You can find more info here.
Additionally, Murmurs, the BBC audio drama Chris and Jen wrote an episode of, has been shortlisted for the BBC Audio Awards. Congratulations, both!
Jo Thomas' Chasing the Italian Dream is the *perfect* getaway book during a time when we can but only dream of such things. This is a deliciously feel-good story about making your dreams come true, set in sun-kissed southern Italy (May 2021, Transworld).
The Caravan at the Edge of Doom, the debut children's novel by Jim Beckett, is a magical, action-packed adventure, perfect for fans of Terry Pratchett and David Walliams (May 2021, Egmont).
To read more about these fantastic books, click on their titles above.
World English Rights for Morwellham's Child and The River Girl, two previously published titles were bought by Joffe Books and will be republished late this year. Congratulations, Tania!