Ewa Jozefkowicz

On 9 May Zephyr/Head of Zeus publish Ewa Jozefkowicz‘s BENJI’S EMERALD KING, the debut novel in The Woodland Explorers Club series for readers aged 5-7.  Inspired by Forest School, this is a magical new series in which a group of friends solve mysteries and protect the animals of Willow Wish Woods.   BENJI’S EMERALD KINGS is full of friendship, adventure and learning through nature with fun illustrations by Gillian Flint on every page.

Julie Houston

Julie Houston‘s new novel THE GIRLS OF HEATHERLY HALL, set in her beloved West Yorkshire fictional village of Westenbury, was published in July in eBook, audio and paperback by Aria.   A WEDDING AT HEATHERLY HALL will be published by Aria in February 2024.

“Julie’s books should be available on prescription ..the perfect pick-me-up” Amazon 5*  review

Jane Corry I DIED ON A TUESDAY

Jane Corry‘s  ninth novel, I DIED ON A TUESDAY, will be published by Penguin on 20 June 2024.   There’s the story that everyone believes …. and then there’s the truth.

“Compelling and deliciously dark stories of murders and secrets.” Claire Douglas
“Few writers can match Jane Corry.” Cara Hunter
“Jane Corry writes consistently enthralling stories about the dark side of family life.” Peter James

Ruth D’Alessandro CALLING SERGEANT CROCKFORD

CALLING SERGEANT CROCKFORD: The Story of a 1960s Policewoman by Ruth D’Alessandro was  published by Welbeck on 1 March 2024. It’s the dawn of the Swinging Sixties. The Cold War is at its height and support for the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament is building. The Berkshire Constabulary’s Detective Gwen Crockford is promoted to Woman Police Sergeant in Newbury – the town at the heart of Britain’s atomic weapons programme. This is the third title in the Crockford memoir trilogy.

“For fans of Heartbeat and Call The Midwife, this is a charming policing memoir.” Judge Rinder