Available to pre-order now, on general release from August 12th 2019.
Chris Calder’s well-crafted, pacy Celeste Three is Missing takes us into the not-too-distant future, when space travel becomes a reality; for those with the money to do so at least.
A very believable action thriller, this is the story of a man who has got away with everything all of his life, and another man who has been waiting patiently to take revenge for a murder committed years earlier.
It is going to take a huge amount of ingenuity and planning, not to mention funding, to pull off the plan Gregory Topozian has in mind. The question is, has he planned for every eventuality and can he really get away with a plan which involves the high-profile space plane Celeste Three?
Available to pre-order now, on general release from August 19th 2019. Lavender Crow’s Tree of Souls is not for the faint-hearted, delving as it does into a very murky past, an evil soul being reborn time and again. In modern-day Bristol, Jenna Thornleigh encounters this malevolent spirit but this time hopefully it has met its match.
Available to pre-order now, on general release from September 2nd 2019. Golem is the first in the Bellualis Chronicles series and will delight, thrill and send shivers down your spine. Written primarily for middle-grade readers, this book will hold great appeal to older readers, too, who will find themselves transported back to their school days – when you knew there was something not quite right about your teachers, but your parents wouldn’t listen. Not many teachers are like those at Thornberry Woods High School, though.
Published in July 2019. Katharine E. Smith’s Sticks and Stones is the fourth instalment of the Coming Back to Cornwall series, with a fifth book due out before the end of this year.
Alice and Julie are a little bit older, and a little bit wiser, than when they first returned to Cornwall. Nevertheless, Alice finds herself badly shaken by some unpleasant behaviour, while Julie discovers a new side to herself. Sam is back, and he and Alice should be enjoying being back together at last. However, as they should know by now, things rarely go as expected.
Returning to the same era as book number one, Steaming into the Firing Line, readers are transported back to the world of the British railways during Second World War. The twenty short stories contained within this book will delight readers with an interest in the railways but equally entertain those who are not so well acquainted with this subject.