Little, Brown imprint Constable & Robinson acquired World English Language (exc. USA and Canada) from David Headley - meaning this fantastic and dark series, set in the borderlands between Northern and Southern Ireland, has a new lease of life with new readers.
The paperbacks are due to follow next year, but in the meantime, you can purchase all five on your eReader.
The book is also available in all Sainsburys stores until next week, and selected Tesco stores, across the country.
The latest in M.W. Craven's Washington Poe series, The Curator, was reviewed in Ireland's Woman's Way magazine last week:
"I can't explain how much it captured me... So twisty and turny and just so, so brilliantly clever. I couldn't recommend enough."
Stuart is the author of the Costa Award-winning The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle and this second book is highly anticipated.
An impossible murder.
A remarkable detective duo.
A demon who may or may not exist...
The book has already been sold in nine territories pre-publication, with Polish and Korean rights going to Wydawnictwo Albatros and Daewon Cl respectively, just this week.
Three young students are brutally murdered in a Nigerian university town, their killings - and their killers - caught on social media. The world knows who murdered them; what no one knows is why.
As the legal trial begins, investigative psychologist Philip Taiwo is contacted by the father of one of the boys, desperate for some answers to his son's murder. Philip is an expert in crowd behaviour and violence but travelling to the sleepy university town that bore witness to the killings, he soon feels dramatically out of his depth. Years spent first studying, then living in the US with his wife and children mean he is unfamiliar with many Nigerian customs and no one involved in the case seems willing to speak out.
The more Philip digs, and the more people he meets with a connection to the case, the more he begins to realise that there is something very wrong concealed somewhere in this community.
This is a sharp, thrilling and dark series that we know crime fans are going to go head over heels for. The book is available to pre-order now (February 2021).
Luke Turner wrote an opinion piece for the Guardian on the late, great Vera Lynn's version of We'll Meet Again and the current political reappropriating of the song.
Touching on Luke's next book, Men At War, this is a fascinating piece that is well worth a read.
"You can almost smell the locations in Jo Thomas' books, from lemon groves in Sicily to lavender fields in Provence."
Jo's latest book, Escape to the French Farmhouse, is out now in eBook and is a best seller! The paperback will follow in July.
The next book from Carys Jones, The List, is published this Wednesday (1st July) in eBook and has picked up a fantastic endorsement from M.W. Craven:
"Compelling, unsettling and utterly addictive. The List got deep under my skin as I read it in a single sitting."
The first two are dead.
The third is yours.
"If you're looking for a fictional good fright to distract you from the real ones, look no further than this third entry... The talented Jónasson backs up two months to portray - with the precision of Harold Pinter - two complex marriages... On a couple of occasions, Hermansdóttir shrieks with horror, and reads will, too."
"He deals in vertiginous, unputdownable stories that are nevertheless still imbued with melancholy and heartbreak. This, the third of his series featuring downbeat female policewoman Hulda Hermannsdóttir, is his best yet."
"... it will absolutely grab you and fully engross you in Hulda’s world that Jónasson has created. It is no exaggeration to say that as soon as I finished this book, I immediately started ordering more form this author."
The Nerd Daily
This is the story of two women.
One old, one young.
One looking for new adventures. One looking for a purpose.
Both needing a friend.
And this is how, along with two little girls in need of a family, a gorgeous stranger, and a scruffy dog, they bring the whole community together every Saturday morning for love, laughter and a little bit of running…(well, power walking).
Some people come into your life when you need them the most.