Simply click on the book to take you to the link!
The book joins A Store At War, Wartime for the Shop Girls and Heartache for the Shop Girls, and will be released on 29th October (pre-order here).
Joanna also featured on RNIB Radio on Friday 3rd July to discuss her books. You can catch up here.
Another festive cover reveal to take place last week was Jo Thomas' Finding Love at the Christmas Market.
Released in September in eBook and November in paperback, get ready to bake some gingerbread, mix up a mug of peppermint hot chocolate and settle down with this gorgeous, wintry treat (pre-order here).
The award is organised by librarians, teachers and students and is aimed at celebrating diversity in young adult fiction.
The winner will be announced on 11th February 2021.
The Curator, the next in M.W. Craven's Washington Poe series was reviewed in CrimeTime last week:
"A myriad of side characters on both sides of the good and evil fence populate the story and draws us in with subtle effect. Poe and Tilly form a remarkable partnership of opposites, in turn intuitive, grumpy and meticulous which at times evokes the edgy relationships between cops in the novels of Michael Connelly, but with added psychological depth and a deep appreciation of the foibles of human nature. A series that keeps on getting better and better with every new volume. The Dagger judges got it right."
See the full review here.
"The List is a sharp psychological thriller. A captivating premise and an engrossing read. Carys Jones deliver twists and turns that will keep you hooked to the very last page."
The paperback is due for publication in October 2020.
"Will keep you gripped in its clutches until the very last page."
Amanda was also interviewed in July's Crime Monthly on what influences her writing. The issue is out and available to buy now!
Alison Bruce's The Moment Before Impact, will be published in October 2020 and has picked up a fantastic quote from M.W. Craven:
"The Moment Before Impact is the perfect crime novel. Beginning with an emotional exploration into the events that led to a fatal car crash, it seamlessly morphs into something far more chilling. One of the best books I've read for a long time - simply sensational."