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Orion Fiction HB November £16.99 352pp 978 1 4091 13155 7 ebook: £8.99 978 1 4091 3157 1

GRAHAM HURLEY Touching Distance An unexplainable killing. And then another. And another. DS Jimmy Suttle is in a race against time. In the new crime thriller from Graham Hurley, a series of unconnected murders in Devon leads to the inescapable and terrifying prospect that a serial killer is on the loose. But there is nothing random about these murders. Carefully planned, clinically executed, these slayings are the work of a professional. A wider violence has come home to roost in the lanes of Devon. Following on from the Faraday and Winter novels Graham Hurley’s fiction has found a new home and has reached the top of its game. • Graham is available for interviews and events. Graham Hurley’s experience as an award-winning TV documentary maker hallmarks his realistic and gripping take on the police procedural. He lives in Devon, where this new series is partially set.

Orion Fiction MMP Original November £6.99 480pp 978 0 7528 8385 4 ebook: £4.99 978 1 4091 4733 6

JAMES ROLLINS Deep Fathom An apocalyptic thriller from an international bestseller who can take ‘the reader through horror and intrigue . . . like no one else’ (Clive Cussler). Ex Navy SEAL Jack Kirkland is underwater when the world starts to end. He and his crew surface from an aborted salvage mission in the ocean to find the Earth burning. A series of catastrophic natural disasters have rocked the globe, and amidst the chaos, the President and Air Force One have vanished from the skies. Kirkland finds himself on a desperate mission to the darkest depths of the ocean, where a shattering secret is waiting for him. One that will change everything. James Rollins a bestselling author and king of the high-concept thriller. He also wrote the novelisation of Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull.

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Location: Devon Available for Interview

Orion Fiction • November 2013

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Location: USA Available for Interview @jamesrollins