"Difficult to put down."
"A thrilling, novelised account of Wake's time in France, which vividly recreates some of her amazing exploits and the dangerous time through which she lived."
Sydney Daily Telegraph
"An incredible true story."
Elsie and Ethelred are heading to Germany!
The eBook rights for the first in L.C. Tyler's laugh-out-loud Elsie and Ethelred crime caper series, The Herring Seller's Apprentice, have been snapped up by German publishing house Dot Publishing.
Publication is due late autumn 2021.
Catch up here.
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Ragnar Jónasson's forthcoming The Mist, the third in his Hidden Iceland series starring DI Hulda Hermansdottir, has been given a cracking review in Kirkus this week:
"Jónasson weaves his suspenseful tales together with remorseless logic up to a climax more nightmarish than the buildup."
The Mist is published on 30th April, and to read the entire review, click here.
The books are The Gunpowder Girl, The Quarry Girl and The Railway Girl. All three are of the saga genre, for which Tania is best known for and are set in beautiful Dartmoor.
More news on this great new series soon!
James Goodhand, author of YA debut novel Last Lesson, featured on the blog From First Page To Last, to take part in a Q&A.
To read more, and find out about James' hard-hitting and important book, click here.
Set for release in August 2020, the book is a cross between Mad Max and Blake Crouch's Dark Matter.
In a world where travelling between parallel earths has become possible, there is just one problem in that no one can visit earth where they are still alive. Born in the wastelands outside of Wiley City, Cara is dead in all but eight of the 382 worlds have been unlocked. Now she's landed a job travelling the 'multiverse', but the information Cara gathers on other earths reveals terrible truths about the nature of her own world meaning she faces a harrowing choice: should she risk everything she's worked for to expose the truth?
The book was sold as a pre-empt to Hodder & Stoughton, in a deal negotiated by Harry Illingworth, on behalf of Cameron McClure at Donald Mass Literary Agency. US rights were sold to Crown, who are planning a simultaneous publication.