The Little Teashop in Tokyo has sold to Libri in Hungary
The Little Paris Patisserie and The Northern Lights Lodge has sold to Eksmo in Russia.
The cover for the second book in David's Articles of Faith duology, The Righteous, has been revealed.
Bound by oath and honour, Vedren Chel found himself drawn to the heart of a deadly rebellion. With him stood the mercenaries of the Black Hawk Company, who were only ever in it for the money.
But the uprising failed. Now, Chel and the sell-sword Rennic languish in prison, watching as their comrades are taken one by one for execution.
A daring escape will set them free, but with the combined forces of vengeful church and voracious crown arrayed against them, Chel and the Black Hawks must embark on a desperate search for new allies.
Journeying from frozen wastes to towering cities, from drug-riddled fleapits to opulent palaces, The Righteous is the thrilling and riotous second adventure from one of fantasy’s most exciting new voices.
"Sensuous, sweeping and utterly engrossing, The Dressmaker of Paris is as dazzling and finely crafted as a Dior gown." - Rachel Rhys, bestselling author of Dangerous Crossing
"The story of a remarkable woman ... A book you will lose yourself in." - Gill Paul, bestselling author of The Lost Daughter.
The Art of Death is the first in Fennell's DI Grace Archer series and is an intensely creepy serial killer thriller, set in London.
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When old routines fall away, and blue skies are no longer crisscrossed by contrails, they discover the bumblebees, butterflies and birdsong on their local patch.
This evocative account underlines how a global crisis changed the way we relate to the natural world, giving us hope for the future. And it puts down a marker for a new normal: when, during that brief but unforgettable spring, nature gave us comfort, hope and joy.
Finally, we can reveal that Century have acquired the debut 'Golden Age' whodunnit from Tom Hindle.
Slated for February 2022, Arrow publishing director Emily Griffin acquired World Rights, including audio from Harry Illingworth.
A Fatal Crossing is set onboard the Endeavour, a cruise liner carrying passengers from Southampton to New York in the winter of 1924. When the body of a passenger is found on board the ship, Timothy Birch, an officer scarred by war and tragedy, and Scotland Yard inspector James Temple work to solve the case, with 2,000 people on board and just days before they reach their destination.
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