Congratulations to Paul Hardisty, whose brand-new novel Turbulent Wake, was published this week. Paul is the author of the ‘Claymore Striker’ series and Turbulent Wake is his standalone novel starring Ethan Scofield. Described by Publishers Weekly as “searing… at times achieved levels of genuine poetry”, the book is published by Orenda and out in both paperbook and eBook now.
The paperback of Phillipa Ashley’s new Cornish novel, A Perfect Cornish Summer was released this week, and it’s really got us in the mood for summer!Set in the fictional town of Porthmellow Harbour, we follow Sam Lovell’s yoyo journey as she organises the annual summer festival in her hometown. Will it all go to plan…? You can purchase the book here.
There were huge celebrations in the DHH office this week when we learnt that Seven Deaths has, to date, sold over 100,000 paperback copies in the UK! We are completely thrilled for Stuart and his publisher Bloomsbury Raven. This mind-bending, extraordinarily clever book is a must for any bookshelf. You can grab your copy right here.
We are delighted that Su Bristow’s debut novel Sealskin has been shortlisted for the Paul Torday Prize, which is specifically for debut novelists over 60. The winner will receive £1,000, with a set of Paul Torday’s collected works.