THE CROSSING PLACES nominated for the Mary Higgins Clark Award

2nd February 2011

Last week The Crossing Places was nominated for the Mary Higgins Clark Award at this year’s Mystery Writers of America Edgar Awards. This follows her shortlisting for the Theakston’s Old Peculiar Award in the UK in 2010.
Meanwhile, The House at Sea’s End, the much anticipated third title in Elly’s Ruth Galloway series, has been published this month by Quercus and is already following in the success of its predecessors.

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HELP!: How to Become Slightly Happier, and Get a Bit More Done

28th January 2011

“The Self-help Book to End All Self-help Books…” - The Guardian

This month Canongate published a collection of columns from Oliver Burkeman’s highly acclaimed weekly psychology feature for the Guardian This Column Will Change Your Life.

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Rave Reviews for OURS ARE THE STREETS

28th January 2011

Described by the Times as “A moral work of real intelligence and power” Sunjeev Sahota’s debut novel, Ours Are The Streets, is receiving blanket review coverage. The author was the only novelist selected by the Observer in its feature on the six most exciting artistic debuts of 2011.

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