Radhika Sanghani in the Evening Standard

‘It’s a wry and squeamish look at today’s social and sexual pressures…’

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VIRGIN by Radhika Sanghani

Virgin is released in the UK on September 12th

The Manifesto on How to be Interesting by Holly Bourne is No. 1 in the Waterstones School Chart

Waterstones School Chart Holly Bourne The Manifesto on How to be Interesting

Read Holly Bourne‘s article, Why School is Still With Us, on Emerald Street Online

“So how do we stop these school ghosts (usually with rolled-up skirts) haunting our adult lives? Is it possible to exorcise these memories of corridor Darwinism?”

Power Games by Victoria Fox is a Heatworld Summer Reads Special

Power Games HEAT WORLD

‘This is a riot of a book and pure, marvellous escapism from start to end.’  Heatworld

Summer Lies Bleeding by Nuala Casey is a Sunday Mirror Book Club choice

The Sunday Mirror named Summer Lies Bleeding as one of their three Book Club choices, describing it as ‘cleverly plotted and tense with the oppressive atmosphere of London in summer skilfully evoked.’

‘A searing portrait of a young woman battling OCD.’  The York Press

Summer Lies Bleeding by Nuala Casey

Mel Sherratt interviewed in Staffordshire Life

Bestselling crime author Mel Sherratt shares the secrets of her success

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Taunting the Dead by Mel Sherratt

Striking cover for the German edition of THE ACCIDENT by C.L. Taylor

the accident germany piper

Madeleine Milburn agreed that the title could be changed to Have a Bad Dream for the German edition as it feels better for their market.