Are We All Lemmings and Snowflakes? by Holly Bourne was published in paperback by Usborne.

Don’t Look Now, a suspenseful crime thriller by Max Manning, published in paperback with Sourcebooks in the US. The book was reviewed in the New York Journal of Books by Beth Kanell, who said: “Closer to a Jeffery Deaver manhunt emotionally, than to Nordic noir, Manning’s debut crime novel is a keeper.”

Eddy Stone and the Mean Genie’s Curse  by Simon Cherry published in paperback with Usborne.

Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine by Gail Honeyman is enjoying yet another week on the New York Times bestseller list, this time at #3. It has reclaimed the Weekly E-Ranking number one in the UK for a 19th non-consecutive week. It is now level with The Girl on the Train for number of weeks atop the e-book top 20, and will swipe the all-time record if it holds the top spot next week.

Tracy Bloom‘s The Last Laugh reached No.13 in the Amazon charts.

C.L. Taylor was spotted in the Icelandic bestseller charts at Keflavik Airport

Murder Game by Caroline Mitchell has been shortlisted for a Killer Nashville Silver Falchion Award for ‘Best Police Procedural’.

Caroline also appeared on RTÉ Radio 1 in Ireland on the Ryan Tubridy Show during which she discussed her new book Truth and Lies. You can listen to the full interview here.

It was announced that C. J. Tudor, author of The Chalk Man, will be a featured panelist at the international crime writing festival, Bloody Scotland, this year. You can book tickets here.

The blog tour for Show Stealer by Hayley Barker, which published in paperback last week with Scholastic, is underway. During the tour Hayley’s book will feature on fourteen different blogs.