. Clare Boyd’s Three Secrets sold to Newton Compton, Italy
. Sky’s the Limit by Janie Millman went to Bragelonne in France
. Anita Frank’s gothic debut novel The Lost Ones has been sold to Portugal’s 2020
. Both of M.W. Craven’s Washington Poe books, The Puppet Show and Black Summer have sold to Jentas in Denmark
. The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle by Stuart Turton has wracked up its 30th territory with Grupo Almedina in Portugal
Also loving Harriet this month is Somerset newspaper Parent Talk, who have picked it as one of their Editor’s Choice in their Christmas edition.
Phillipa was interviewed by Hot Brands Cool Places and you can read that here.
A Perfect Cornish Christmas has also landed itself at the very cushty placing of No.2 in last week’s Heatseekers Chart.
Last week, we heard the fantastic news that The Lost Ones by Anita Frank was chosen as a Bookseller Favourite in the Waterstones newsletter. We adore this post-WW2 novel that will chill you to the bone. Perfect for these cold, wintry nights, and last week, it garnered even more fantastic reviews:
“A welcome addition to the genre… [a] slice of superior gothic fiction.” Red Online
“If you enjoyed The Woman in Black by Susan Hill, read The Lost Ones by Anita Frank… a spine-tingling gothic tale of family tragedy, loss and redemption.” MyWeekly
“Dark and devilish.” Dark and Devilish
“An atmospheric Gothic debut.” Candis