Transworld Fiction Jan - June 2017 by Penguin Random House UK

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sirens joseph knox sirens is the brooding and assured debut from joseph knox the next big name in crime fiction the the the the runaway daughter of a dirty politician unsolved disappearance of a young mother crime lord who knows the city s secrets disgraced detective on the edge of it all many questions not many answers not yet sirens joseph knox was born and raised in and around stoke and manchester where he worked in bars and bookshops before moving to london he runs writes and reads compulsively sirens is his first novel january 2017 9780857524331 hardback 384 pages

my not so perfect life a novel sophie kinsella the fizzingly fresh and funny new standalone novel from number one bestselling author sophie kinsella katie brenner has the perfect life a flat in london a glamorous job and a super-cool instagram feed ok so the truth is that she rents a tiny room with no space for a wardrobe has a hideous commute to a lowly admin job and the life she shares on instagram isn’t really hers but one day her dreams are bound to come true aren’t they until her not-so-perfect life comes crashing down when her mega-successful boss demeter gives her the sack all katie’s hopes are shattered she has to move home to somerset where she helps her dad with his new glamping business then demeter and her family book in for a holiday and katie sees her chance but should she get revenge on the woman who ruined her dreams or try to get her job back does demeter – the woman who has everything – actually have such an idyllic life herself

incendium a d swanston for fans of c j sansom s j parris and rory clements a tense historical thriller set against the backdrop of treason and terror in elizabethan england summer 1572 and england is vulnerable fear of plague and insurrection taint the air and heresy fanaticism and religious unrest seethe beneath the surface of society rumour and mistrust lead to imprisonment torture and sometimes murder to the young lawyer christopher radcliff and his patron and employer robert dudley earl of leicester the prospects for peace are grave and as leicester s chief intelligencer radcliff is charged with investigating both the rumours of rebellion at home and invasion from abroad but radcliff s own life is far from orderly his relationship with the widow katherine allingham is somewhat turbulent and the cut-throat world of court politics leaves no room for indiscretions that the queen s own cousin the duke of norfolk is found guilty of treason it is a sign of just how deep the dissent

the little teashop of lost and found trisha ashley an irresistibly feel-good and funny novel about finding out who you really are from the sunday times bestselling queen of popular fiction alice rose is a foundling discovered on the yorkshire moors above haworth as a baby adopted but then later rejected again by a horrid step-mother alice struggles to find a place where she belongs only baking – the scent of cinnamon and citrus and the feel of butter and flour between her fingers – brings a comforting sense of home so it seems natural that when she finally decides to return to haworth alice turns to baking again taking over a run-down little teashop and working to set up an afternoon tea emporium luckily she soon makes friends – including a grecian god-like neighbour – who help her both set up home and try to solve the mystery of who she is there are one or two last twists in the dark fairytale of alice’s life to come but can she find her happily

bryant may wild chamber bryant may 14 christopher fowler the fourteenth novel in christopher fowler s gloriously inventive imaginative series featuring detectives arthur bryant and john may and the peculiar crimes unit is a treat for readers as murder and scandal lead the team to delve into the history of london s wild spaces it s parks and gardens our story begins at the end of an investigation as the members of london s peculiar crimes unit race to catch a killer near london bridge station in the rain not realising that they’re about to cause a bizarre accident just yards away from the crime scene and it will have repercussions for them all… one year later in an exclusive london crescent a woman walks her dog – but she’s being watched when she’s found dead the peculiar crimes unit is called in to investigate why because the method of death is odd the gardens are locked the killer had no way in or out and the dog has disappeared so a typical

dead woman walking sharon bolton just before dawn in the hills near the scottish border a man murders a young woman at the same time a hot-air balloon crashes out of the sky there’s just one survivor she’s seen the killer’s face – but he’s also seen hers and he won’t rest until he’s eliminated the only witness to his crime alone scared trusting no one she’s running to where she feels safe – but it could be the most dangerous place of all sharon bolton previously s j bolton is the critically acclaimed author of some of the most bone-chilling crime books ever written she has been shortlisted for the cwa gold dagger for crime novel of the year and the theakstons old peculier crime novel of the year in 2014 she won the cwa dagger in the library for her whole body of work sharon lives near oxford with her husband and young son april 2017 9780593076422 hardback 400 pages

the beach hut marcia willett the gorgeous summery new novel from marcia willett perfect for fans of trisha ashley lucy diamond and carole matthews busy mum of twins liv is looking forward to summer at the beach hut in devon even if she feels that she and matt left things on a strange note she’s sure it’s just that he’s too busy at work to join them on holiday not that he wants time alone… baz loves having his family to stay by the sea but when an unexpected guest arrives he finds himself torn between the past and the future… still reeling from a break-up all sofia wants is a quiet seaside summer – until she meets baz and her plans are turned upside down she knows she’s rushing into things but could this summer at the beach hut be the start of something new and back home matt might be missing liv and his young family but when an old friend appears he finds himself distracted what does she know about his family’s past that

married quarters shane connaughton long-awaited sequel to the acclaimed a border station from the oscar-nominated screenwriter of my left foot ‘the small room was thick with dark blue uniforms bull’s wool the men called the material silver buttons black boots caps batons holstered in shiny black leather cylinders handcuffs hanging from coat hooks the keys dangling on thick green ribbon dusty files on shelves shiny whistles on silver chains ink nibbed pens blotting paper the big map of the district on the wall and beside it a rainfall chart the men having broken their “at ease” positions gathered into the middle of the room his father seemed lost like a man with a herd of cattle he could no longer control.’ a small insignificant irish border town in the early 1960s the sergeant is nervous he has his men lined up for inspection in the day room of the garda station chief superintendent ‘the bully’ barry is on the warpath and any slip-ups will

iron gods the spin trilogy 2 andrew bannister the author of the acclaimed creation machine returns to the extraordinary artificial planetary cluster of the spin with his dazzling new novel a work of thrilling heart-in-mouth space opera a must-read for fans of sf bestsellers such as iain m banks peter f hamilton and alastair reynolds the spin an ancient artificial cluster of eighty-eight planets and twenty-two suns – is in decline the boundaries of the formerly prosperous inside have shrunk to a mere eleven planets their trade routes are cut off and their last remaining source of income comes from selling the services of their vast industrial slave-colony – the hive then a group of hivers escape led by seldyan they steal the last remaining legacy battleship reverse the trance that has been imposed on it for eight thousand years and leave the inside behind their destination the free colony of web city however when they arrive they realise all is not well – a new

untitled 1 frank gardner sis officer luke carlton returns in the explosive actionpacked new thriller by the author of the acclaimed top ten bestseller crisis bbc security correspondent frank gardner the edgy and highly contemporary setting for frank gardner s action-packed new thriller is iran after helping to avert a deadly attack in london luke carlton has been welcomed on board as a full-fledged sis intelligence officer assigned as a case officer running agents he is sent undercover into iran to turn and recruit an officer in that country s infamous revolutionary guard corps the word is that a conservative group within the irgc doesn t like the direction post-revolutionary iran appear to be taking and are planning something big to embarrass their own government and frighten the country s new allies in the west the intelligence services need to find out who and what and fast and then a senior british government minister on an official visit to iran goes missing his close

the things we thought we knew mahsuda snaith moving mysterious and at the same time rich and warm the things we thought we knew is an outstanding debut novel by a refreshing and very exciting new author memories are like stinging nettles at first you don’t realise they’ve stung you and by the time you do the needles are buried under your skin making you itch until all you can think about is how to get rid of the sting i tried to get rid of you marianne i hid all our toys beneath my bed removed all the pictures from their frames yet still you’re here buried under my skin ravine roy has been lying in a bed in a council flat for the last ten years and she isn’t planning to go anywhere anytime soon will you at least try asks her mother but ravine can’t go outside she can’t go anywhere she’s plagued by chronic pain syndrome she has been ever since that day ten years ago ever since the day her best friend disappeared seductive