The book will be published in Iceland in October this year.
The soon-to-be-released, The Darlings of the Asylum, from Noel O'Reilly, has received a gorgeous endorsement from fellow gothic author, Essie Fox:
"O'Reilly's skill as a writer in creating his central character is to convince his readers that this is a one kind story, before dragging the carpet from under their feet as shocking secrets are revealed ... This novel will lure your imagination into the darkest realms of torment, before the door finally closes on the breath-taking denouement."
The book is set to be published by HQ in December later this year.
As she delves further, Jo uncovers an underworld of human trafficking, slavery and euthanasia all leading to a devastating plot which threatens thousands of lives and from which the murderous politician looks sure to walk scott-free. Having narrowly survived a plot to kill her, where another was not so lucky, she realises that only by facing near-certain death once more can she thwart this terrorist outrage.
Twenty-five years later their paths cross again and memories of a painful childhood come flooding back to haunt them both.
Will’s wife, Harmony, is struggling after a miscarriage that has hit her hard, and wishes Will would open up about what happened. But as Will withdraws further, she finds herself drawn to the charismatic stranger from her husband’s past, Luke, and soon all three are caught in a tangled web of guilt and desire...
From Amanda Jennings, author of The Cliff House, comes a haunting thriller about betrayal and revenge.
Finally, the news was finally announced last week, that client Ronnie Turner has struck a two-book deal with Orenda Books.
Orenda bought World English Language rights from Emily Glenister and the first in the deal, So Pretty, an haunting and contemporary gothic thriller, will be published in January 2023.
Read the full press release here.