Just published by Jonathan Cape is bestselling author Neil Forsyth’s stunning thriller, San Carlos set on the island of Ibiza. It’s already picking up some terrific critical acclaim and five star reviews. As novelist and critic Henry Sutton says this book ‘grabs you by the neck and gives you a thoroughly good shaking.’
FOLLOW THE MONEY; A MONTH IN THE LIFE OF A TEN-DOLLAR BILL by Steve Boggan is already making waves. The poignant, hilarious, thought-provoking journey of one man across America following the same ten dollar bill has been chosen by BBC radio 4 for their Book of the Week (transmission starts week of 23rd July). Steve is also speaking at the Dartington Literary Festival this week and we are anticipating fantastic media coverage.
COX by Kate Lace is published this week by Arrow – for fans of Jilly Cooper, a fun fast-paced novel about what really goes on behind the scenes of one of Britain’s most successful Olympic sports. Perfect sexy summer reading for all of those who can’t wait for the Olympics (but won’t get to see the real thing, ie most of us!)
Stef Penney's The Invisible Ones is now out in paperback. The Daily Express described it as 'a beautifully crafted novel with skilful characterisation and a plot which twists and turns ... this story of loss, deceit and family tragedy lingers long after you've finished the book'