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Orion Fiction HB July £14.99 978 1 4091 2716 1 eBook: £14.99 / 978 1 4091 4693 3

LEZANNE CLANNACHAN Rooms for Lost Souls

A gripping psychological suspense novel from the author of Jellybird. Pia has struggled with her agoraphobia for several years. She lives in architectural curiosity – a landmark London house full of passages, secret stairs and a deep underground swimming pool. Unable to face leaving the house, she rents out rooms to lodgers – but only women. When one of her lodgers moves on, she has a room to fill and for once she ignores her own rule. The man on her doorstep is handsome, charming, and he needs a break. Surely he’s no threat to her? Having granted him a room, Pia begins to hear strange noises at night and then one of her tenants disappears. It seems she may have invited into her house the one person who might tear her safety and security apart... Lezanne Clannachan was born in Denmark. She lived in Singapore for several years before moving to London to work in marketing and event management. Married with three children, Lezanne lives in a haunted house.

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Location: West Sussex Available for Interview www.lezanneclannachan.co.uk @LezanneClan

Orion Historical Fiction HB July £16.99 352pp 978 1 4091 0537 4 eBook: £8.99 / 978 1 4091 0539 8

WILLIAM NAPIER The Last Crusaders: Ivan the Terrible

Two young soldiers caught in the path of one of history’s most enigmatic leaders. Sixteenth-century Russia. A boy crowned Grand Prince of Moscow aged only three years old. A boy who will grow into a man capable of the most sublime thoughts and the most wicked deeds. And caught in his path, two young British fighters whose lives have known more war than peace. An action-packed adventure from one of the brightest stars of historical fiction.

William Napier is the author of Clash of Empires: The Great Siege (retitled as The Last Crusaders: Great Siege) and the bestselling Atilla trilogy. He lives in Wiltshire and travels widely.

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Location: Wiltshire Available for Interview

Orion Fiction • July 2014