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Last week shall henceforth be known as 'Tom Hindle' week:
The paperback for his debut novel, A Fatal Crossing, was revealed as Waterstones' Thriller of the Month for August. The news comes with a nationwide campaign, including much-coveted promo spots all over London's rail stations.
Clearly a man of great taste, the list includes fellow DHH stablemate Stuart Turton's second novel, The Devil and the Dark Water.
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Finally, Tom's current publisher, Century, have bought the next two books from Tom, beginning with The Murder Game, a contemporary locked-room crime novel, centred around a killing which takes place at a murder mystery party in a crumbling country hotel on the Devon coast.
Century's Emily Griffin bought World Rights from Harry Illingworth, and The Murder Game is due for publication in February 2023.
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The debut novel from Georgia Kaufmann, The Dressmaker of Paris (January 2021, Hodder & Stoughton), has sold Romanian rights to Humanitas.
This marks the 13th foreign territory the book has sold in. Congratulations, Georgia!
A breathtaking WW2 love story, The Times said of it: "An engaging story of secrets, sacrifice and the persistence of love."
Izzy McBride had never in a million years expected to inherit an actual castle from her great uncle Bill but here she was, in the run up to Christmas, Monarch of her own Glen – a very rundown glen in need of a lot of TLC if her dream of turning it into a boutique bed and breakfast was to come true.
But when Izzy’s eccentric mother rents a room to enigmatic thriller author Ross Adair and the Scottish snow starts to settle like the frosting on a Christmas cake, it’s a race to get the castle ready before they’re all snowed in for the holidays.
Having created its very own literature festival to take over the Hall, all Sandon's profits will be donated to the Staffordshire Women's Aid.
Phillipa will be in conversation with fellow author, Katie Fforde, about keeping the romance of summer alive in their gorgeous 'getaway' novels.
Her Perfect Twin by Sarah Bonner was reviewed in an edition of the Daily Mail last week:
"Sarah Bonner's first novel is a dangerous thriller about family secrets, gaslighting, and a deadly sibling rivalry."
Joelle Owusu-Sekyere, commissioning editor, acquired UK and Commonwealth rights including audio from Broo Doherty at D H H Literary Agency. It will be published in hardback, e-book and audio on 3rd August 2023.