It’s been a very exciting week on the publication and publicity front! Here are the highlights…

C.J. Tudor’s utterly chilling third thriller, The Other People, was published in the UK this week by Penguin Random House / Michael Joseph. We’re so excited to see this fabulous novel hit the shelves!

Nuala Ellwood’s unputdownable new thriller, The House on the Lake, was published in eBook this week by Penguin Random House / Viking. Dead Good Books are running a give away to celebrate the publication. Enter using this link for the chance to win a SIGNED copy of The House on the Lake as well as a luxury bundle from Blenheim Candles!

Clare Pooley’s heartwarming debut, The Authenticity Projecthas been featured as one of Good Morning America’s20 Books You’ll Want to Read in 2020” – an outstanding achievement. The Authenticity Project was also included in Fabulous Magazine this week. The novel is published in April this year by Penguin Random House / Transworld in the UK, and in February in the US by Penguin Random House / Pamela Dorman Books.

It’s been a great week for Jennifer Iacopelli. She wrote a brilliant piece for Penguin Teen about the new Netflix series, Cheer, titled “5 Life Lessons from Netflix’s Cheer“. Her debut novel, Break the Fall, was also featured in United by Pop’s  “15 YA Books Netflix need to make into movies“. Break the Fall, is published in February this year.

Abbie Greaves’ stunning debut, The Silent Treatment, has received a brilliant review from Kirkus Reviews. They said: “A sometimes-hopeful, often heartbreaking look at the difficult and beautiful moments of parenting and marriage.” The novel is published in April by Penguin Random House / Cornerstone.

Robin Morgan-Bentley’s debut thriller, The Wreckage, has had a fabulous review in The Times. They said:  “the stage is set for a thrilling, creepy climax and a double-whammy twist. A more than promising debut.” The novel is published on 6th February this year by Orion / Trapeze.

Clare Pooley’s The Authenticity Project, Beth Morrey’s Saving Missy, Abbie Greaves’ The Silent Treatment and Jane Healey’s The Animals at Lockwood Manor have all been featured in Women & Home magazine’s “New Book Releases for 2020 that you need to add to your reading list immediately” round up.

Hebrew rights in The Recovery of Rose Gold by Stephanie Wrobel have gone to Aryeh Nir Publishing House.

Inga Vesper’s The Long Long Afternoon has sold to Metafora in the Czech Republic.