LISTENING TO THE ANIMALS by Noel Fitzpatrick
SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLER NUMBER 1
IN A HOUSE OF LIES by Ian Rankin
SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLER NUMBER 3
THE ORDNANCE SURVEY PUZZLE BOOK
SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLER NUMBER 4
ALWAYS LOOK ON THE BRIGHT SIDE OF LIFE by Eric Idle
SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLER NUMBER 7
SEVENS HEAVEN has now made the shortlist for the WILLIAM HILL SPORTS BOOK OF THE YEAR. The winner will be announced at an afternoon reception at BAFTA on Tuesday, 27 November.
OUT THIS WEEK
THE HAIRY BIKERS’ BRITISH CLASSICS by The Hairy Bikers
Major broadcast interviews to put The Hairy Bikers front and centre for fans in the run up to Christmas!
SATURDAY KITCHEN (29 September) – hosting the show
BBC1 THE ONE SHOW (31 October) – live interview 7pm
DARK SACRED NIGHT by Michael Connelly
A five date UK & Ireland tour will reach a combined audience of nearly 2,000 readers
Michael’s UK visit kicked off with the presentation of the CWA Diamond Dagger which deservedly places him in the Pantheon of the Greats in front of the most important influencers in the UK crime community
LOOK OUT FOR
IN A HOUSE OF LIES by Ian Rankin
IN A HOUSE OF LIES by IAN RANKIN published with a bang with reviews in the EVENING STANDARD, GUARDIAN, THE SCOTSMAN, THE SUNDAY TIMES and SUNDAY MIRROR. Ian also did interviews for the I newspaper and THE SUNDAY TIMES.
‘In a House of Lies is highly complex procedural that grips from the first sentence… No one in Britain writes better crime novels today.’ – Mark Sanderson, EVENING STANDARD
In a House of lies £20.00 HB/ 9781409176886 – Pub 4th October
THE HOUSE OF VESPER SANDS by PARAIC O’DONNELL
An incredible full-page review ran in THE GUARDIAN: “O’Donnell has pulled off with brio something that might, in a lesser writer’s hands, have fallen horribly flat: he has written a coherent and satisfying novel that it both disquietingly eerie and properly funny. It is impossible to read it without laughing out loud… a cracking good read.”
One of the Guardian’s 50 Biggest Books of the Autumn
One of the Independent’s 19 Best Fiction Books for Autumn
Bookseller Editor’s Choice for October
THE GUARDIAN – “Ten Best” feature on the Top Ten modern Victorian novels to run first weekend in Nov.
REVIEWS & NEWS
On Halloween, HARMONY NICE was interviewed for BBC RADIO NORFOLK about all things WICCA and witchcraft. She also had a great signing that evening in WHSmith Norwich, before heading over to WHSmith Cambridge on Thursday to meet more fans. WITCH WAY MAGAZINE have run a double page spread interview featuring some of the beautiful illustrations from the book.
The second part of the MAIL ON SUNDAY’s serialisation of SLOWHAND: The Life and Music of Eric Clapton ran on Sunday
WHO’S IN WHO’S OUT: The Journals of Kenneth Rose: Volume 1 1944-1979 was serialised over four days in the DAILY MAIL last week from Saturday – Wednesday. There was also a diary story in the DAILY MAIL on Wednesday
ELIS JAMES was interviewed in THE GUARDIAN’s Guide magazine with a credit for THE HOLY VIBLE. ELIS JAMES and JOHN ROBINS also appeared on SUNDAY BRUNCH, CHANNEL 4 at the weekend
ERIC IDLE was on BBC RADIO 5 LIVE on Friday talking to Adrian Chiles about ALWAYS LOOK ON THE BRIGHT SIDE OF LIFE. Chris Moyles also talked at length about the book on his RADIO X show this morning
MY FATHER’S WAKE by KEVIN TOOLIS was reviewed in the CATHOLIC HERALD
12 delicious recipes from MICHEL ROUX JR’s THE FRENCH REVOLUTION ran in THE TIMES’ EAT pullout on Saturday
SHARON BOLTON was on THE VANESSA FELTZ SHOW on BBC RADIO LONDON and TALK RADIO discussing Halloween. THE CRAFTSMAN was mentioned in both interviews
HARMONY NICE, author of WICCA was interviewed for both the METRO and the SUNDAY EXPRESS, S magazine
THE MAN WHO CAME UPTOWN by GEORGE PELECANOS was reviewed in the I PAPER