The Wolf Border, the latest novel from Sarah Hall, one of Granta’s Best of Young British Novelists 2013, will be published by Faber in April 2015 and by Harper Press in the US.
Set against a background of political tumult – Scottish independence, land reform, and power struggles – The Wolf Border investigates the fundamental nature of wilderness and wildness, both animal and human. It explores our concepts of ecology and evolution, re-wilding projects and the challenges faced by modern rural landscapes.Faber Social’s creative director, Lee Brackstone, said: “Sarah Hall [above] is rightly thought to be one of the most original literary talents of her generation and each new book confirms and builds on the promise of her great early novels. The Wolf Border is a novel with enormous narrative and contemporary urgency. In some ways it marks a return to the world of her first novel, Haweswater, but here is a writer in full maturity, at the top of her game.”
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Disclaimer, the debut psychological thriller by Faber Academy alumnus Knight, is to be published by Transworld in Spring 2015 as hardback and paperback a year later.
The City of NO is a crime novel set in New Orleans during Hurricane Katrina by Matthew Funk, to be published in the UK by Exhibit A. Released in March 2015, the story follows detective Jari Jurgis as she tries to save women from human traffickers in the aftermath of the hurricane.
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Chasing Midnight is the first of three novels new books from Rebecca Chance to be published by Macmillan. Chance, the pseudonym of Lauren Henderson, is a prolific author of detective novels, YA, and non-fiction. Previous novels by Chance include glamour thrillers Divas, Bad Girls and Killer Heels, all published by Simon & Schuster. For Rebecca Chance’s website, click here.
Two thrillers set in Kyrgyzstan by debut novelist Tom Callaghan are to be published by Quercus. The first, A Killing Winter, follows detective Akyl Borubaev of Bishkek Murder Squad as he investigates the brutal murders of several women. Callaghan currently divides his time between London, Prague, Dubai and Bishkek. A Killing Winter will be publish in early 2015, no release date yet for its sequel A Spring Betrayal.
If I Knew You Were Going to be This Beautiful, I Never Would Have Let You Go, the debut novel by Judy Chicurel [below] is to be published in the UK by Tinder Press in October 2014 and in the US by Amy Einhorn. This is a two-book deal for Chicurel, whose short stories have been published in Granta.
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