Zephyr/Head of Zeus published Ewa Jozefkowicz’s new middle-grade novel, THE DRAGON IN THE BOOKSHOP, on 7 July 2022.
“Superb. A book for those of us who are on the side of dragons. Which really means everyone.” Sue Chambers, Waterstones, Finchley Road
Catherine Hanley’s TWO HOUSES, TWO KINGDOMS: A History of France and England 1100-1300 was published by Yale University Press on 12 July 2022. “Catherine Hanley knows the twelfth and thirteenth centuries like the back of her hand. In TWO HOUSES, TWO KINGDOMS she brings vividly to life an extraordinary cast of characters, the men and women through whom the kingdoms of England France took shape, telling their story with wit, wisdom, and formidable scholarship.” Helen Castor
Laura Starkey‘s romantic comedy debut RACHEL RYAN’S RESOLUTIONS was published by Bonnier Embla on 16 September 2021. Congratulations to Laura on achieving #17, and for spending over four weeks, in the Kindle Top 100.
“A big-hearted treat of a read.” Catherine Walsh, author of One Night Only
“A sparkling debut.” Zoë Folbigg, bestselling author of The Note
“Hilarious and heartwarming.”Matt Dunn, bestselling author of Home
Jane Corry‘s thrilling new novel, WE ALL HAVE OUR SECRETS, was published by Penguin on 23 June 2022. Congratulations to Jane for achieving #15 in the Sunday Times paperback fiction bestseller list, and #30 in the Kindle Top 100. WE ALL HAVE OUR SECRETS has spent five weeks in the UK Top 50 chart.
“Grips with menace and dread, yet touches the heart.” Nicci French
Jane Corry’s domestic suspense novels have sold more than a million copies.
CALLING WPC CROCKFORD: The Story of a 1950s Policewoman by Ruth D’Alessandro was published by Welbeck on 3 March 2022. In this nostalgic, tender and honest account of post-war British society, we follow a bright, determined woman navigating a man’s world, from performing traffic duties to unravelling a dark secret at the heart of an impoverished family.
“For fans of Heartbeat and Call The Midwife, this is a charming policing memoir.” Judge Rinder
Sandy Taylor’s seventh novel, THE IRISH NANNY, was published by Bookouture on 30 July 2021. Her new novel, THE IRISH BOARDING HOUSE, will be published on 1 September 2022.
Congratulations to Sandy on achieving #1 simultaneously in the Saga Fiction, Romance Sagas and Family Sagas Kindle categories, and on reaching #24 in the Kindle Top 100.
“A heartbreaking story of WWII. Loved it so much!” Goodreads reviewer, 5 stars
THE FORGOTTEN SISTER, the debut saga by Judy Summers set in 1848 Liverpool, is a heart-breaking and heart-warming story about what we will do for those we love. The paperback was published by Welbeck on 31 March 2022. The second Shaw family Liverpool saga, A WINTER’S WISH, will be published on 27 October 2022.