It needs a knight in shining armour.
Sir Kay and his fellow knights awake from their mythical slumber whenever Britain has need of them; they fought at Agincourt and at the Somme. But in these perilous modern times, the realm is more divided than ever, a dragon has been seen for the first time in centuries, and Kay is not the only ancient and terrible thing to come crawling up out of the ground...
Perilous Times is a fiercely entertaining contemporary take on the myths of Camelot, which asks: what happens with the Knights of the Round Table return to fix the problems of the modern world?
The book will be released in May later this year.
Having just been released in paperback last month, Victoria Selman's new book, Truly, Darkly, Deeply has climbed to no.5 in the Heatseekers' Chart, which calculates authors making the charts for the first time. The book is currently a Richard and Judy Book Club pick for spring.
The hardback of the book, which came out last summer went straight into The Sunday Times top ten bestsellers.
Stephen Moss' Ten Birds That Changed the World was published in hardback, eBook and audiobook last week.
For the whole of human history, we have lived alongside birds. We have hunted and domesticated them for food; venerated them in our mythologies, religion and rituals; exploited them for their natural resources; and been inspired by them for our music, art and poetry.
Published last week was the paperback of David Fennell's second Grace Archer book, See No Evil. This comes hot on the heels of the cover reveal for the third in the series, The Silent Man.
Two men are found dead in London's Battersea Park. One of the bodies has been laid out like a crucifix - with his eyes removed and placed on his open palms.
Detective Inspector Grace Archer and her caustic DS, Harry Quinn, lead the investigation. But when more bodies turn up in a similar fashion, they find themselves in a race against time to find the sadistic killer.