The third in the Hidden Iceland series, starring DI Hulda Hermansdottir, The Mist was published by Michael Joseph last week and has already garnered some fantastic reviews:
"Nothing less than a landmark in modern crime fiction." The Times
"Jónasson weaves his suspenseful tales together with remorseless logic up to a climax more nightmarish than the buildup." Kirkus Reviews
Sophie thought she and Jonah were happy, bringing up their small daughter, until one summer's day, she discovers that Jonah is far from the man she thought he was. Sam - an attractive English teacher - seems to offer her some comfort, and new friendships are a support.
But is Sam really who he says he is? Where have her new friends appeared from? Is anyone telling the truth? As Jonah's lies threaten Sophie and her daughter, can anyone be trusted?
The paperback of this twisty page-turner will be published in September.
If you love your audiobooks then watch out for a fantastic deal on Tuesday 5th May, where Phillipa Ashley's A Perfect Cornish Summer will be only £1.99 as part of the Audible Daily Deal.
Simply type the title in to Audible's search bar & you'll find what you're looking for.
The award is organised by librarians, teachers and students and is aimed at celebrating diversity in young adult fiction.
"O'Donovan makes fine use of period details, and peoples the cast with fascinating real-life characters. This action-packed, tightly plotted mystery should win the author news fans."
The Doom List follows the first in the series, The Long Silence.
- For the whole of May, you can get Julie Caplin's The Little Paris Patisserie, A Perfect Cornish Summer by Phillipa Ashley, and I Know You're There by Sarah Simpson for a fraction of their original price.
- Kobo are holding a UK Women's Fiction Sale, and Rachael Featherstone's debut romcom Puzzle Girl is included at a steal of just 99p
- You can nab M.W. Craven's Black Summer and Joanna Toye's A Store At War, also for 99p, as part of Kindle's Mad Madness Promo
Now if that those don't see you through over the forthcoming Bank Holiday, nothing will! Simply click on the title to take you straight to the promo in question.
Clare J. Cavanagh has written a piece for Edinburgh News, reflecting on her late grandfather's incredible tale of survival, 75 years after his plane was shot down behind enemy lines in the Second World War.
Clare was one of our pitchers at our Pitch DHH session in York, in December 2018. She is represented by Natalie Galustian, and is working on her debut non-fiction book.
To read the article, click here.
In addition, Eva's book is the Goldsboro Books Book of the Month - they will be releasing an exclusive, signed, first edition complete with glorious sprayed edges. Get your copy here.