Orion Fiction HB January 2014 £18.99 400pp 978 1 4091 1649 3 ebook: £18.99 978 1 4091 1660 8
ROBERT LUDLUM PAUL GARRISON The Janson Option The new thriller from the bestselling master of the genre. When oil executive Kingsman Helms begs Paul Janson to rescue his wife, Allegra, from Somali pirates, Janson and his partner Jessica Kincaid seize the opportunity. At last they can derail American Synergy Corporation’s scheme to subvert sovereign nations into wholly-owned subsidiaries. But the pirates are the least lethal threat in the violent chaos of oil-rich East Africa, and when Janson and Kincaid stumble into a bewildering storm of plots and counterplots, they begin to fear that the only way to escape would be to abandon the innocent Allegra. Robert Ludlum launched his career in 1971. There are more than 300 million copies of his books in print and they have been translated in 32 languages. Paul Garrison has spent a lot of time on boats, and had published five thrillers, mostly sea-oriented: Fire and Ice, Red Sky At Morning, Buried At Sea, Sea Hunter and The Ripple Effect before writing the first of the new Janson novels.
Robert Ludlum: deceased Paul Garrison location: Connecticut, USA Available for Interview
DEBORAH McKINLAY That Part was True Reminiscent of One Day with a touch of Nicholas Sparks, this is a bittersweet romance that can only end in tears . . . That Part Was True is a wonderful sweeping love story set in Dorset and New York, about a British woman whose correspondence with a famous American writer leads to a bittersweet epistolary romance. Eve and Jack are both middle-aged, separated by an ocean but joined by a love of cooking and writing. Through a series of letters, their relationship blossoms into friendship and then romance, making them realise that it’s never too late to change your life, and it’s never too late to be happy. This is Deborah McKinlay’s first novel.
Orion Fiction HB/ETPB January 2014 £12.99/£12.99 320pp 978 1 4091 4666 7 / 978 1 4091 4665 0 ebook: £12.99 978 1 4091 4667 4
Location: London Available for Interview
Orion Fiction • January 2014