Goldsboro Books staff said: “The decision was pretty much unanimous. Clare Whitfield’s thrilling debut impressed the whole team for its fresh and unique take on the Whitechapel Murders. Told from the point of view of a woman who wonders whether her violent and manipulative husband could be Jack the Ripper, it’s also a thoughtful and compelling exploration of the endless violence faced by women of all walks of life. We’re delighted to award this year’s Glass Bell to Clare Whitfield – a hugely exciting new name in fiction, we know that she will go far!"
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Snuggle up in your favourite armchair and take a trip across the Irish sea for comfort food, cosy cottage nights and a heartwarming romance.
Also published in eBook last week was the second in Erin Green's 'Shetland' series: From Shetland, With Love at Christmas.
Described as a "giant hug in a book", this story has warmed the cockles of many readers already and we know it will steal your heart too. And guess what else? That's right - it's only 99p...
How can a dead woman avenge herself on her killer twenty years after her murder?
"A clever, engaging and beautifully crafted police procedural." Irish Independent
"An enthralling, powerful and incredibly moving novel." Irish Times
Ragnar Jónasson's recent standalone, and Sunday Times bestseller, The Girl Who Died, was also published in paperback last week and, as an added (huge) bonus, was featured in this month's Vogue Scandinavia in their piece, 'The 7 Best Nordic Noir Books of 2021'.
"Is this the best crime writer in the world today? ... [The Girl Who Died] is nothing less than a landmark in modern crime fiction." The Times
With a twist you won't see coming, this is perfect for fans of Ruth Ware and Lucy Foley.
12-year-old Sophie and her mother, Amelia-Rose, move to London from Massachusetts where they meet the charismatic Matty Melgren, who quickly becomes an intrinsic part of their lives. But as the relationship between the two adults fractures, a serial killer begins targeting young women with a striking resemblance to Amelia-Rose.
When Matty is eventually sent down for multiple murders, questions remain as to his guilt -- questions which ultimately destroy both women. Nearly twenty years later, Sophie receives a letter from Battlemouth Prison informing her Matty is dying and wants to meet. It looks like Sophie might finally get the answers she craves. But will the truth set her free -- or bury her deeper?