Here comes summer…

Here comes summer…

Endless lazy summer days and long warm nights, the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee and, of course, the London 2012 Olympics present us with a veritable feast of reading options.

 

For lovers of maritime history – Robert J Strange’s WHO SANK THE TITANIC? The Final Verdict is a compelling look at the real story behind the disaster and the perfect gift for Father’s Day.

Pen & Sword
ISBN 184884470 1
Price £19.99

 

 

 

 

Rebecca Jenkins’ THE FIRST LONDON OLYMPICS 1908 makes its paperback debut and is a fascinating slice of sporting and social history: A must for the sporting enthusiast and the couch potato, alike.

Piatkus
ISBN 978 07499 29404
Price £9.99

 

 

 

 

Next a reissue of Shirley Harrison’s stunning authorised biography of SYLVIA PANKHURST with a new foreword from the author’s son, Dr Richard Pankhurst. Charting the life of this rebellious suffragette, the author’s study shows a woman whose passion against oppression was not just limited to the cause of Votes for Women – her ability to attract interest in the events and issues of her time was so strong that Hitler placed her on an arrest list!

Golden Guides Press
ISBN 978 178095018 1
£17.99

 

 

For those who like a little food with their history, Sarah Paston-Williams’ THE ART OF DINING is reissued in smart new livery. Hailed by Anne Willan as “…the best single treatment of British food history that we have seen for years – or possibly ever” and Taste Magazine as “ a brilliant marriage of historical picture research, well-chosen recipes, and historical narrative…” this is sure to delight gastronomes everywhere.

National Trust Books
ISBN 978 1 907892356
Price £35.00

 

 

Turning to the fictive realm Cathi Unsworth’s gripping seaside noir, WEIRDO, makes its first appearance on 12 July. Hailed by David Peace as The First Lady of Noir and The Times as one of Britain’s most potent writers, her fourth novel about a teenage goth convicted of murder in small-town 1980s’ England is already garnering great praise. This satisfying and brilliant page-turner is set to add many more readers to her legion of established fans.

Serpent’s Tail
ISBN 978 1846687921
Price £11.99

 

 

 

For younger readers Catherine Bruton’s second novel POP! Will be published by Egmont on 4 June. Billy Elliot meets the X-Factor meets Shameless! Like We Can Be Heroes, Pop! delivers a cracking, emotional rollercoaster of a plot, full of warmth, humour and unforgettable characters. For readers aged 11-111

Egmont
ISBN: 978 1 4052 6133 3
Ebook ISBN: 978 1 7803 1092 3
Price: £6.99

 

 

 


And again for a younger audience, Suzi Eszterhas’ delightful wildlife series continues with LION and BROWN BEAR

Frances Lincoln Children’s Books
Lion ISBN 9781 84780 310 8
Brown Bear ISBN 978 1 84780 205 7
£10.99

 

 

 

 

Backlist Bites

Kevin Brophy’s critically acclaimed THE BERLIN CROSSING will be published by as a mass market paperback in July

Headline Review
ISBN 978 0 7553 8086 2
Price £7.99

 

 

 

 

For Romance Lovers everywhere, Barbara Cartland’s ETERNAL COLLECTION will be making its Kindle debut with a special Jubilee promotion on the first four titles.

Link to Amazon Kindle Website

 

 

 

 

 

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