Selman said: "I’m thrilled Tuppence Middleton, whose work I admire so much, will be narrating Truly, Darkly, Deeply and can’t wait to hear how she brings the story and characters to life."
Managing Editor, Audio, Hannah Cawse said: "Truly, Darkly, Deeply is a dark novel that unsettles the reader at every turn. Tuppence is a fantastic actor and narrator and it’s so exciting to have her on the audiobook. Listeners will be completely hooked by her performance."
The book also picked up a fantastic review from the Financial Times last week:
"The accumulating tension is screwed tight in the ingeniously constructed narrative."
With drinks free-flowing, the event will be held at Goldsboro Books' Brighton branch and a signing will take place afterwards.
Published last week, was the debut fiction novel from Graham Bartlett, Bad For Good:
The murder of a promising footballer and, crucially, the son of the Brighton's Chief Superintendent, means Detective Superintendent Jo Howe has a complicated and sensitive case on her hands. The situation becomes yet more desperate following devastating blackmail threats.
Howe can trust no one as she tracks the brutal killer in a city balanced on a knife edge of vigilante action and a police force riven with corruption.
"Gripping, clever, masterly written and reeking authenticity on every page."
"The real deal. Authentic and gripping, with a wealth of insider knowledge."
“An absolute triumph. A story so real, so raw, and so beautifully told it gave me chills from the first page to the last.”
“Spilt Milk is the real thing; a novel that embraces the brutal, glorious, hopeful, impossible truths of motherhood, marriage and friendship, scrutinising love and loving for what is authentic and what is not. Beashel sugar-coats none of it, and Spilt Milk is all the better for it. Bea is a fourth-wave feminist heroine, and we need many more like her.”
"Brutally honest and so beautifully written, this outstanding novel is a complex and compelling exploration of motherhood, marriage and what happens when the unsayable is said. Everyone should read it.”
Spilt Milk is a powerful, controversial and ultimately empowering novel about modern relationships and the choices we make. The story of a mother and her struggles around the complexities of motherhood, it speaks to women everywhere who are battling with the gap between the lives they thought they’d lead and the tracks society leads them down.
Also published this week was Phillipa Ashley's A Golden Cornish Summer, a heart-warming read full of sun, sea, friendship and romance…
Emma loved her life in the seaside village of Silver Cove. But when the discovery of sunken treasure ignited a feud between her family and that of Luke, her first love, everything fell apart. Heartbroken and betrayed, she fled.
Now, as she wades into the sparkling surf for the first time in fifteen years, she remembers everything she loved about this beautiful place. Then a huge wave knocks her off her feet. Wet and dripping, Emma is rescued by none other than Luke – who is, to her dismay, even more handsome than ever.
The book was favourably reviewed by last week's edition of the Lancashire Evening Post:
"Cherished by an army of fans for her warm, clever and compassionate writing, and her spellbinding evocation of the Cornish landscape and its people, Ashley always brings a rich and compelling authenticity to her tales of love and life ... a Cornish holiday you wouldn’t want to miss!"
Eliza has a full house! When her three children grew up and moved out, she downsized to a smaller property... but now they're all back. Every room in the house is taken and Eliza finds herself sharing her bed with her eldest daughter and her daughter's pug. Combined with the online course she's trying to finish, plus her job to fit in, there just isn't the peace and quiet that Eliza needs.
Released earlier this month, the debut novel from Sean Lusk, The Second Sight of Zachary Cloudesley, has picked up a lovely review from Saga magazine:
"A riotous cast of characters includes a batty aunt from Tring and a Nubian dervish who has whirled his last. An exhilarating magic carpet to 18th-century Constantinople."
Made Up Stories has previously produced TV projects including The Undoing, Pieces of Her, Anatomy of a Scandal, Long Slow Exhale and, in partnership with Endeavor Content, Nine Perfect Strangers, Wolf Like Me and Roar.
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