It's a brilliant read, and really interesting for all you crime fans out there.
Click this link to read! Eve's latest book, and her first as G.S. Locke, Neon, is out NOW, and was this week, given a fantastic review in the Daily Mail:
"Vivid and stylish, it rushes along like a rollercoaster...'' To read the full review, click here.
Stuart Turton's forthcoming second book, The Devil and the Dark Water (Bloomsbury Raven, October 2020) has picked up a couple of lovely endorsements this week.
Firstly, a Starred review from Kirkus:
"[Turton] posed knotty challenges for readers, has a colourful tale to tell and does so in highly entertaining fashion... A devilish saga that never runs out of cutthroat conspiracies."
Secondly, author Simon Lelic had this to say:
"Stunningly good. A page-turning mystery on an epic scale, intricately plotted and expertly landed."
In addition, author Jennifer Niven (All the Bright Places, Holding Up the Universe) tweeted her support for the book, after having previously chosen it as one of her picks for 2019.
Next, The Literary Review included the book in their July/August 2020 Crime Roundup, dubbing it "both terrifying and topical... Coming at a time when the world is scrambling for a vaccine against SARS-CoV-2, this novel makes for alarming reading."
Finally, Waterstones included it in their Compelling New Crime Fiction roundup: "Spookily prescient and and chillingly credible, Smith's vision of an antibiotic crisis grips from the very first page."
The new feel-good summer read from Phillipa Ashley, A Perfect Cornish Escape, was given a fantastic review from Woman magazine:
"In this typically escapist and uplifting read Phillipa Ashley returns to the seaside to end her Porthmellow Harbour series... Charming - the perfect pick-me-up."
"For fans of Broadchurch... this searing depiction of coercive control and lost love will chill your bones."
You can pre-order your copy here.
BookTrust has picked Kate Mallinder's second YA novel, Asking For A Friend, as a July favourite, and we are delighted!
"This touching novel is sensitively written and explores a number of issues such as loneliness, bullying, illness and loyalty with honesty, warmth and humour." To see the full list, which is arranged by age, click here.
All Casper wants is to find a way home, but an evil harpy called Morg is sending her followers into the kingdom to wreak havoc. But Casper cannot turn a blind eye because the future of his own world, is bound up with that of the Unmapped Kingdoms.
And so, together with Utterly Thankless, a girl who hates rules and is allergic to behaving, and her miniature dragon, Arlo, Casper embarks upon an adventure. Can he, Utterly and Arlo save the Unmapped Kingdoms and our world from the clutches of Morg?