It’s been another busy week her at the MM Agency, and we’ve got two gorgeous covers to reveal in the highlights this week.

The cover for Abigail Mann’s hilarious debut, The Lonely Fajita, was revealed this week and we absolutely love it.

The cover for Darren O’Sullivan’s new thriller, Dark Corners, was also revealed this week, and it’s spine-chilling.

C.J. Tudor’s brilliantly creepy thriller, The Hiding Place (UK title: The Taking of Annie Thorne) was published in the US this week by Penguin Random House / Ballantine.

C.J. Tudor’s next novel, The Other People, was included in Bustle‘s “The 10 Most Anticipated Thrillers Coming Out This Year” round up over the weekend. The novel is published in the UK on 23rd January by Penguin Random House / Michael Joseph.

Caroline Mitchell’s twelfth thriller, The Perfect Mother, was published this week by Amazon Publishing / Thomas & Mercer.

Anna-Lou Weatherley’s thriller, The Stranger’s Wife, was published this week by Bookouture.

Gail Honeyman’s multi-award-winning novel, Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine is still in the New York Times bestseller list, this week at No. 11!

Namina Forna’s stunning YA novel, The Gilded Ones, was featured in Buzzfeed‘s “28 Highly Anticipated YA Books that are coming out in 2020“.

Miranda Malins’ debut historical novel, The Puritan Princess, was this week listed in Historia’s round up of “Books to Look Out for in 2020“. The novel is published in March this year by Orion.

Jennifer Iacopelli’s brilliant YA debut, Break the Fall, was included in Bookbub‘s “The Young Adult Books We Can’t Wait to Read In 2020“.

Holly Bourne’s new adult novel, Pretending, was featured as “One to Watch” in The Bookseller last week. The novel is published in April this year by Hodder.

Abbie Greaves’ debut novel about a couple who haven’t spoken for six months, The Silent Treatment, was featured in Her Magazine’s “30 Debut Novels to Keep an Eye Out For in 2020“. The Silent Treatment is published by Penguin Random House / Arrow in April this year.

Goodreads have included Stephanie Wrobel’s chilling thriller Darling Rose Gold on their “28 Most Anticipated Mysteries and Thrillers of 2020” round up. The novel will be published in March this year, as The Recovery of Rose Gold in the UK (Penguin Random House / Michael Joseph), and Darling Rose Gold in the US (Penguin Random House / Ballantine).

Beth Morrey held an event at Waterstones Piccadilly this week, ahead of the launch of her debut novel, Saving MissyThe novel is published by HarperCollins / HarperFiction next month.

And on the international rights front, Poonam Mistry’s How The Stars Came to Be has sold to Gallucci in Italy.

Indonesian rights in Gail Honeyman’s Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine have gone to Penerbit Bhuana Ilmu Populer (BIP).