Kate High

Kate High‘s first novel THE CAT AND CORPSE IN THE OLD BARN was published in hardback and eBook on 7th May by Constable.  The paperback will be available in May 2021, together with her new crime novel featuring Clarice Beech and her rescue animals.  

“A real treat…I loved it.  Cats, dogs, murder and a credible and relatable heroine”  Barbara Nadel

Gill Thompson

Gill Thompson’s second novel,  THE CHILD ON PLATFORM ONE, was published by Headline in eBook in December 2019 and in paperback in March when it hit the #1 slot in the Bookseller‘s heatseeker chart. It was been a #1 Kobo bestseller in the US, where it got into the USA Today eBook top 50.   

“An outstanding book made more poignant as it’s threaded with events that actually happened.  The characters and their moving stories will  haunt you long after you finish the last page”  Shirley Dickson, author of The Orphan Sisters

Julie Houston

Julie Houston‘s new novel, SING ME A SECRET, was published in eBook by Aria, with a paperback due in 2021.    Her next novel, A VILLAGE VACANCY, will be published in eBook by Aria in October.

“Warm, funny and well written, with a page turning plot, this book has everything!  I loved it!”  Katie Fforde

Jo Allen

Jo Allen’s third book Lake District-set  crime novel, DEATH ON COFFIN LANE, was published by Aria in eBook in June.  Her second in the series, DEATH AT EDEN’S END,  reached #4 in the Australian Kindle chart.  

“Brilliantly written…like being on one heck of an unpredictable and scary rollercoaster ride with more twists and turns than you would find on a ‘Snakes & Ladders’ board”  GingerBookGeek

Victoria Jenkins

Victoria Jenkins‘s second standalone thriller, THE ARGUMENT, was published by Bookouture in eBook in December 2019.   It reached #17 on the Kindle bestseller list, was in the top 100 for a month. It was also Kobo #1 bestseller and got to #16 on the Australian Kindle bestseller list.  Her new book, THE ACCUSATION, will be available in eBook on 9 June.

“A devastatingly good book… if this doesn’t leave you shuddering nothing will. Brilliantly well done” NetGalley Reviewer