- The Cliff House by Amanda Jennings is only £1.49 in the June Kindle Deal
- Deadly Focus by R.C. Bridgestock is also included in the June Kindle Deal at a staggering 99p
- A Store at War by Joanna Toye, Sleeper by JD Fennell & Deadly Focus by R.C. Bridgestock are all included in Kobo’s ‘First In A Series’ promo for a fraction of their usual price
- Claire Dyer’s beautiful and poignant The Last Day is £1.99 for a limited time only on eBook across all platforms
- Books one and two in Adam Hamdy’s gripping Pendulum series, Pendulum & Freefall are only £3.99 on Kindle for both books - that’s right: £3.99 for both books!
The perfect time to get your summer reading sorted! Click the titles to go straight to their promotions.
The Daily Mail has given it a glowing review, saying “As ever, Elphinstone’s control of her complex universe is faultless and the thrilling plot is underpinned by a touching, emotional backstory.”
To celebrate Waterstones stocking an exclusive edition of Rumblestar (hello, blue sprayed edges & extra chapter), Abi has filmed one of their ‘Shelfie’ videos for Waterstones’ YouTube channel, where she discusses both the book, and her inspiration for it. Fancy a watch for yourself? Click here.
Abi was also interviewed by online children’s magazine, Books For Keeps. Here, you can read Abi talk about all her books and her life as a writer.
When Gabby’s husband accepts a transfer to Pakistan, she discovers a new world of heat and colour, of exotic bazaars and trips to the breath-taking Kashmiri mountains. It is an escape she didn’t know she was looking for.
But then a shocking letter from her sister reveals a devastating secret. Gabby is transported back to her home on the Cornish coast, and as memories unravel, so too does her new life in Karachi.
Will Gabby find the courage to face the dark secrets and embrace a different future?
Perfect for readers who love Santa Montefiore, Rosanna Ley and Dinah Jefferies, this gorgeous book will be published in eBook in June, and paperback in July, from HarperCollins.
For the 2019 prize, the judges are Peter James and 2018 winner Laura Purcell, and their votes will be combined with a public vote to decide a winner. All you have to do to cast your vote, is tweet the name of the title using the hashtag #ThumpingGoodRead. You can also buy the full shortlist here.