Why Don't Sheep Shrink is available to read from the Crime Vault here.
The new book in Stephen Moss' 'Bird Biography' series, The Swan, has been sold to PRH's non-fiction imprint, Square Peg, in a deal negotiated by Broo Doherty.
The cygnet-based book is due for publication in autumn 2021, and follows The Robin, The Wren and The Swallow.
The blog tour is in full swing and the book is already garnering fantastic reviews:
"It's a perfect read for a lazy afternoon, a book that is for sure going to leave you feeling warm and optimistic." On My Book Shelf blog
"This was such a heartwarming, uplifting tale of new beginnings, fresh starts, community, and friendship." Book Mad Jo blog
"Such a sweet, uplifting story – the perfect antidote to the world right now." The Love of Books blog
You can read the full review here.
We were thrilled to see Olivia Lara's Someday In Paris has been selected by CNN for their roundup of Books To Read In May!
Someday In Paris is a beautiful and sweeping romantic story set across twenty years. For two lovers destined to be together, faced with obstacle after obstacle, will they ever find a way to finally be together?
"The Storm is a classy and clever twist on the marriage-with-secrets thriller that I devoured in one sitting. Whatever you *think* may be going on at the start... You're wrong. [Amanda Jennings] does sinister frighteningly well."
It will be published in July 2020.
A fantastic and hilarious, intergalactic adventure with Harriet, who discovers that her hearing-aid can do much more than she ever bargained for when she finds an alien in her room.
The first three, Borderlands, Gallows Lane and Bleed A River Deep, will be released in eBook in June 2020 and paperback in February 2021. The remaining two, The Rising and The Nameless Dead, will also be released in eBook in June 2020 but in paperback, April 2021.