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More good news from London Book Fair:  
HarperFiction are delighted to announce a new two-book deal with the bestselling Historical Fiction author, Joanna Hickson. First of the two book deal, to publish in 2020, is The Lady of the Ravens, which will take the Tower of London as its backdrop and tell the intimate story of the first Tudor King and his queen through the eyes of the wife of one of Henry’s yeomen. 

And here is Joanna on a research trip to the Tower where she met Merlina and Chris the Ravenmaster.


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Such great news!

Happy Publication Day to THE BLOOD (Constable) , the superb new novel by E S Thomson, gathering fantastic responses from reviewers, readers and fellow writers alike.  ES Thomsons Jem Flockhart books are the best Ive read in years. Jem is just my kind of heroine: scarred, smart, complex, and unapologetically queer says Kirsty Logan.
When Bloody Scotland visited Kolkata Literature Festival - on this weeks Radio 4s Open Book, Abir Mukherjee, Val McDermid, and Graeme Macrae Burnet discuss taking Scottish crime writing- and The Enlightenment -  to Bengal, the passion for reading in India, and the importance of translation, all while sampling chicken pakora in The Indian Coffee House.
Twelve reasons that 2018 is off to an excellent start here at Jenny Brown Associates


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Do you have any news about one of your writers.....Robert Douglas? I have been trying to find out if he has any plans for more books but have had no answers......

Ooh! Some good looking books there. Definitely gotta read Malachy Tallack’s new book.

The Polish Detective sounds interesting...

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Tapestry of War is published today! Congratulations @JaneFMackenzie! @JennyBrownBooks

Yes, friends, tomorrow is the publication day of #JemFlockhart bk 3 THE BLOOD. Hurray!! Here's another picture of the London docks to set the scene. Just needs a few dead bodies, some poison, and a serpent . . .💀🐍⚓️🌺

The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day is published by @NosyCrowBooks on Thursday. I'm excited. I'm nervous. I really hope readers enjoy this story.

Huge thanks too to @bouncemarketing and all the bookshops and libraries who have supported my books. I really hope you enjoy The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day and if you get a #MaisieDay display pack, please tweet a picture of your display as I'd love to see this!

Calling all @Alexincrimeland fans coming to book launch of ONLY THE DEAD CAN TELL tonight - due to Sauchiehall St fire, venue has been changed to Abode, 129 Bath St, Glasgow at same time 6.30pm @WaterstonesGla

My novel, The Valley at the Centre of the World, will be published by @canongatebooks on May 3rd. I am quite excited about this. You can find out more about the book here, including all the nice things people have said about it:

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@JennyBrownBooks in conversation with Esha Chatterjee

#dwl #digitalwriterslab #thursdayteaser #literaryagent #publisher #bookreviewer #publishinghouse #beebooks #critic #moderator #bookpublishing

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