Alison Joseph’s new Kindle Single is now available on Amazon for only £0.99.
Samir is someone who has fled the dangers of war, only to find himself homeless in London and in a new kind of danger. Malone is the detective at the heart of this story. An Irishman, himself a refugee, he has to intervene when Samir finds himself at the centre of a killing.
This is a story with London at its heart. It’s about the scars of war, the loss of a place to belong; the need for a place to call home.
Buy the Kindle Single here.
Kate Medina’s new novel, the first in a series featuring clinical psychologist, Dr Jessie Flynn, launches on Thursday 24th March. Fire Damage has already received fantastic reviews being called ‘a brilliant start to a new series’ in the Sunday Express, ‘Must Read: gripping from the start’ in Closer Weekly, and ‘highly recommended’ in Good Housekeeping, with Barry Forshaw in The Independent writing that ‘[with Fire Damage] Kate Medina confirms herself as a considerable find’.
In Fire Damage Jessie is counselling deeply disturbed four-year-old by Sami Scott whose father, a Major in the Intelligence Corp, was badly burnt in Afghanistan. Sami is terrified of the ‘Shadowman’ and tells Jessie that ‘the girl knows’, though there are no girls in Sami’s life. So who is this mysterious girl that Sami talks about and who is Shadowman?
Congratulations to Paula Hawkins and Sarah Hilary for being on the shortlists for the Barry Awards 2016. Paula Hawkins has been shortlisted for Best First Novel for The Girl on the Train, while Sarah Hilary is shortlisted for Best Paperback Original for No Other Darkness.
The Barry Awards are presented by Deadly Pleasures Magazine – America’s premier fan-oriented mystery magazine. Winners will be announced on September 15 2016 at Bouchercon New Orleans during the opening ceremonies.
Full shortlists here.
We are incredibly excited to welcome award winning author Sarah Hilary to Killer Women!
Sarah Hilary has worked as a bookseller, and with the Royal Navy. Her debut novel, SOMEONE ELSE’S SKIN, won the Theakstons Crime Novel of the Year 2015. It was the Observer’s Book of the Month (“superbly disturbing”), a Richard & Judy Book Club bestseller, and has been published worldwide. Sarah’s third book TASTES LIKE FEAR will be out on 7 April and stars her favourite London landmark, Battersea Power Station!
Sarah Hilary: ‘I’m extremely excited and also very honoured to have been invited into the coolest club in crime. Killer Women have some stonking plans afoot for the coming months, and I’m looking forward to pitching in and being part of it all.’