To read the full press release, and to find out more about this superbly clever thriller, click here.
Joanna Toye’s A Store At War, Jean Levy’s What Was Lost, Julie Caplin's The Little Paris Patisserie and Keris Stainton’s The One Who’s Not the One are only 99p, £1.99, 99p and 99p respectively. Click on the titles above to go straight to the deals!
Also by Keris Stainton, If You Could See Me Now, is only 99c as part of the Apple Books US Feel-Good Romance sale (1 - 8 October).
First up, is the paperback for M.W. Craven’s Black Summer, the second in the Washington Poe series, which follows The Puppet Show. This incredibly twisty, gritty crime novel will be released in this format on 12 December.
We are thrilled for this incredibly talented author and trust us when we say: this book is going to be HUGE. The perfect book for curling up with on these chillier, decidedly spookier autumnal nights…
Wartime for the Shop Girls, the second in the Marlow’s Department Store series by Joanna Toye (following A Store At War) was released in eBook
Have you written a novel?
Would you like the chance to pitch it to one of the DHH agents with a view to getting valuable feedback?
Come and see us at PitchDHH in December, when we will be in Liverpool. Click here to find out more.