To kick off this week's DHH News Roundup, a very warm welcome to new client, Emma Ellis, who joins Emily Glenister's roster of clients.
Emma is currently working on her debut novel, Nothing Serious, an unflinching yet tender look at the growing craze of online cat-fishing.
Expect to hear more exciting news about this author very soon...!
Adam's debut novel was published in July 2021 by Gollancz.
The next in the series, The Botanist, will be published in June 2022. Pre-order here!
"A fascinating look at justice, vengeance and the law - great characters, compelling and wonderfully written. A brilliant debut and fantastic start to the series."
James Islington, author of The Licanius Trilogy
"The Justice of Kings is utterly compelling, thoroughly engrossing and written with such skilful assurance I could barely put it down. The characters feel so real I swear I suffered every horror and hangover alongside them, and their world - though we just see the smallest portion of it here - feels vastly complex, poised on the brink of a disaster I can't wait to watch unfold!"
Nicholas Eames, author of Kings of the Wyld
Today (Monday 17th January 2022) at 4pm, Henrietta Heald will be talking with The IET Bookshelf about her book, Magnificent Women and their Revolutionary Machines.
The interview will be broadcast on YouTube and will be available to watch here.
"The author writes with precision and narrative ability, and the fundamental decency and lonely vulnerability of the character of DI Jago continues to appeal … fully recommended as well-written excellent historical fiction."
Historical Novels Review
Known as the 'Icelandic Agatha Christie', Ragnar has seen his books become Sunday Times and The Wall Street Journal bestsellers, with over 3 million books sold in 33 territories, and both his Dark Iceland and Hidden Iceland series sold to WarnerBrothers and CBS, respectively. His most recent book, Outside, will be published in April 2022.
Our thanks to acclaimed author Chris Whitaker who last week gave this brilliant quote for Brian McGilloway's forthcoming novel, The Empty Room (March 2022, Constable Books):
"A searing, thrilling and heartbreaking look at life, loss and revenge, expertly handled by a hugely talented storyteller."
To go along with the announcement, Femi was interviewed by The Bookseller, and you can catch up here.