It’s been a brilliant week for chart positions, we’ve had a couple of gorgeous cover reveals and there’s been a very exciting publication this week. Here are the highlights!
International bestselling author Fiona Barton’s third suspense thriller was published in paperback this week by Transworld. She was also the next author to take part in our interview series, in which she chats to us about her writing shed, her time as a journalist, and her inspiration for The Suspect. Check it out here!
— Robin Morgan-Bentley (@rmorganbentley) September 18, 2019
THEY LEFT HIM TO DIE. NOW IT'S THEIR TURN TO BURN.
We’re delighted to reveal the cover of #TheBurningMen by @WillShindler – a phenomenal crime debut from a talented new voice in British crime writing, coming February 2020.https://t.co/hlEX6JdYD5 pic.twitter.com/7lH1BH3wAr
— Hodder & Stoughton (@HodderBooks) September 20, 2019
Rona Halsall, who has written four psychological thrillers to date, has signed a further two book deal with Bookouture. He latest novel, Her Mother’s Lies is published next month. Rona received a fantastic early review of the novel: “A jaw-dropping, heart stopping page turner of a read. I can still feel the adrenaline now coursing through me just thinking about it” Amazon reviewer, 5 stars
Gail Honeyman’s Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine is celebrating its 67th week in the New York Times bestseller list. This truly is a phenomenal achievement. She’s ranking at No. 8 in paperback and No. 15 in audio.
It’s been a brilliant week for Mark Edwards. His latest psychological thriller, Here to Stay, which was published earlier this month, was ranking at No. 1 in the Kindle store over the weekend. This will make it Mark’s ninth UK No. 1 – a truly outstanding feat.
Damaris Young and Katie Cottle are taking part in Bookshop Day 2019 in Bath on Saturday 5th October. Damaris will be signing her gorgeous middle-grade novel, The Switching Hour, and Katie will be signing her brilliant picture book, The Green Giant.
Madeleine Milburn and Giles Milburn headed to New York. Giles was there to meet and pitch to US editors, whilst Madeleine then flew on to Toronto to meet with Canadian editors!