We have three fantastic new proofs available to UK and Ireland independent booksellers this month. If you would like a copy of any of these titles, email us at email@example.com.
Proof 1: The Nightmare by Lars Kepler
THERE IS NOWHERE YOU CAN RUN.
THERE IS NOWHERE YOU CAN HIDE.
EVEN DEATH CANNOT SAVE YOU NOW.
Maverick detective Joona Linna returns in this second terrifying, original Scandinavian thriller from Lars Kepler, author of The Hypnotist.
The Nightmare is published in hardback in September
Proof 2: Shrapnel by William Wharton
William Wharton was one of the most acclaimed American writers of his generation, and author of classic wartime novels including Birdy and A Midnight Clear. However, he was a very private man – writing under a pseudonym and rarely giving interviews – so fans and critics could only speculate how much of his work was autobiographical and how much was fiction. Now, for the first time, we are able to read the author’s own account of his experiences during the Second World War – events that influenced his best work.
Shrapnel is published in hardback in August
Proof 3: Happily Ever After by Harriet Evans
This is the story of a girl who doesn’t believe in happy endings. Or happy families. It’s the story of Eleanor Bee, a shy, book-loving girl who vows to turn herself into someone bright, shiny and confident, someone sophisticated. Someone who knows how life works. Absorbing, poignant and unforgettable, Happily Ever After is a compelling story of a fractured family and a girl who doesn’t believe in love.
Published in paperback in November