Three brilliant cover reveals took place this week, so let us begin with them.
Jules Wake’s forthcoming Notting Hill In the Snow is the perfect way to gear yourself up towards the festive season.
It's mayhem in Bethlehem…unless they can work together!
Viola Smith plays the viola in an orchestra (yes really!), but this year she's been asked to stretch her musical talents to organising Notting Hill's local nativity.
Nate Williams isn't looking forward to Christmas but as his small daughter, Grace, has the starring role in the show, he's forced to stop being a Grinch and volunteer with Viola.
With the sparks between them hotter than the chestnuts roasting in Portobello market, Nate and Viola can't deny their feelings. And as the snow starts to fall over London, they find themselves trapped together in more ways than one…
This gorgeous book is out in eBook on 11 October and paperback on 12 December - pre-order by clicking the highlighted formats.
Next up is Adrian Magson’s Death On the Pont Noir. Originally published in 2013, The Dome Press have reacquired the rights to Adrian’s Rocco backlist and are republishing them in eBooks complete with a revised text and brand new covers. We love them! Pre-order yours by clicking on the title.
A farmer reports a truck ramming into a car near Amiens, Picardie, followed by gunfire.
A group of Englishmen are brought in after a bar fight.
A tramp's body is discovered in a burnt-out truck.
All this occurs after multiple attempts on the President's life. Inspector Lucas Rocco knows there's a connection somewhere. Yet despite all clues pointing to the Pont Noir for the next attack on the President, his superiors reject his suspicions. Finding himself suspended, the victim of a set-up, with no badge and no authority, and facing the lethal response of English gangsters, Rocco has to go it alone...
Ruby's singing career is on the verge of hitting the big time, when her voice breaks. Fearing her career is over, she signs up for a retreat in Tenerife to recover.
But an unexpected call from a stranger on a remote Scottish island takes her on a short trip to sort out some family business. It's time to go and see the grandfather she's never met.
City girl Ruby knows she will be happy to leave the windswept beaches behind as quickly as she can, especially as a years-old family rift means she knows she won't be welcome at Teach Mhor.
But as she arrives at the big house overlooking the bay, she finds things are not as straightforward as she might have thought.
There's an unexpected guest in the house and he's not planning on going anywhere any time soon...
This winter warmer will be available in eBook on 31 October and paperback on 12 December. Pre-order by clicking on the highlighted formats.
This fascinating book recounts the extraordinary women who, in 1919, formed together to create the Women’s Engineering Society.
Henrietta will be appearing on Woman’s Hour on the 25 September and earlier this week appeared on BBC Radio Humberside. If you’d like to listen to the latter, please click this link (40 mins in).
This is the second in the Hidden Iceland series staring DI Hulda Hermansdöttir and this format will be released on 3 October.
Wishing the best of luck to all the shortlisted authors!