New Books



June - Joan Lennon's debut YA novel
Silver Skin is published by Birlinn Ltd. on 16 June




Leslie Wilson's Last Train from Kummersdorf is reissued by Faber on May 7th.



Caroline Lawrence's fourth and final P.K. Pinkerton Mystery is now out.


Eve Edwards' new title Dusk will be published by Puffin on 3rd July


Michelle Lovric's The True and Splendid History of the Harristown Sisters is published by Bloomsbury on 5th June.


We are delighted that Universal Films has just bought an option on 'The Spy Who Loved,' by Claire Mulley. It has now been published in Britain, Poland and the USA, and the USA paperback is published on 27 May. It will also be published in China in May.

Elizabeth Fremantle's Sisters of Treason (about Lady Jane Grey's sisters) is  published by Michael Joseph.


The History Girls' first publication, Daughters of Time, edited by Mary Hoffman was published by Templar Books in early March. You can read all about it here.


Clare Mulley's  biography of Polish born, British WWII special agent Krystyna Skarbek has been translated into Polish and was published there on 23rd October! 

VIII by H.M.Castor was published on August 20th in the US bySimon & Schuster, We have put the new American cover up on the blog.

The Summer Queen - the first in Elizabeth Chadwick's fresh-take trilogy on Eleanor of Aquitaine was published by Sphere in hardcover and electronic format on June 20th

Michelle's Lovric's  The Fate in the Box was published by Orion on 2nd May.