While the titles are TBC, the books will follow the first three books in the saga series (A Store At War, Wartime for the Shop Girls and Heartache for the Shop Girls).
In other fab news for Joanna, having hit No. 13 in last week's Heatseekers chart for Heartache, she is still holding her own at No. 19 and is still in the top twenty for the third week running.
The Space Between Worlds, the highly anticipated SFF novel from Micaiah Johnson, has been given a wonderful quote from Worldbreaker saga author Kameron Hurley:
"A gritty, riveting, and ultimately hopeful novel about the people, choices, and relationships who make us who we are - in this world, and in those we can only imagine."
This superb debut will be published by Hodder & Stoughton in August 2020.
It was also at the top No.1 spot for 'Holiday Fiction', 'Contemporary Romance' and 'Women's Action & Adventure Fiction'. Absolutely brilliant!
To get everyone through lockdown, MyWeekly have released a compilation of warm, positive fiction from some of romance reader's favourite authors, and our Jo is a contributor. Pick up your copy here.
"This is a very enjoyable book full of incident and reflection on who is exactly who among a closed community of passengers... I recommend this book for its wit and more; it is a very enjoyable read on many levels." To read the full review, click here.
Tyler's books are a brilliant pick-me-up - don't believe us? Try them for yourself...
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"We’re used to Icelandic writers lowering the temperature — in more ways than one — and Ægisdóttir proves to be adept at this chilly art as any of her confrères (and consoeurs).Elma is a memorably complex character, and Victoria Cribb’s translation is(as usual) non-pareil."
We couldn't be more thrilled with this fantastic endorsement!
When a woman's body is discovered at a lighthouse in the Icelandic town of Akranes, investigators discover shocking secrets in her past...
The Forest was a poignant and prominent feature in Luke's his 2019 debut non-fiction memoir, Out of the Woods.
If you missed it, you can catch up here.
Finally, we have some excellent Ragnar Jónasson news!
First up, Ragnar's new Hidden Iceland book, The Mist, has picked up a fantastic review in Publishers Weekly:
"Jónasson’s exceptional third and final novel featuring Reykjavík Det. Insp. Hulda Hermannsdóttir... Fans of dark crime fiction that doesn’t pull punches will be amply rewarded."
In addition, the Sunday Times has produced their Top 100 Books for this summer's reading, and it is one of the books chosen: "Jónasson puts himself up there with the best with this clever tale..."
The Mist is available to buy now
Winterkill is due for publication in December 2020, and we head back to Siglufjörður, where the body of a young girl is found on the town's main street, prompting a dangerous hunt - in a violent snowstorm - for her killer. But once the truth is revealed, nothing in Siglufjörður will be the same ever again.