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W&N Crime & Mystery Fiction HB March £12.99 320pp 978 0 297 86798 2 eBook: £12.99 / 978 0 297 86800 2


Mollel returns… The gripping follow-up to Richard Crompton’s hugely acclaimed debut, The Honey Guide, a Waterstones Book Club Choice. It’s nearly a year after the events of The Honey Guide and Mollel is far from Nairobi. Undercover and investigating the disappearance of several prominent criminals, Mollel suspects the police are operating a death-squad. To gain their trust he must feign an attack on their principal target and get himself thrown in prison. As the investigation unfolds and events take an unexpected turn, Mollel is forced to come to terms with his Maasai heritage and confront the demons of his past. ‘A compulsive whodunit set in Kenya, where tribal politics can get you killed’ Ian Rankin Richard Crompton is an ex-BBC journalist. His first novel The Honey Guide has been called ‘a smashing debut’ (Financial Times) and ‘outstanding’ (The Guardian) while The Sunday Times called Mollel ‘a fine addition to the ranks of fictional detectives’.


Location: Nairobi, Kenya Available for Interview f/richardcromptonauthor @racrompton

W&N Fiction • March / April 2014

W&N Literary Fiction HB April £18.99 320pp 978 0 297 86395 3 eBook: £18.99 / 978 0 297 86397 7


Let Alan Furst take you on a journey through the cobbled streets and smoky salons of pre-war Europe as the continent stands on the brink… Hot on the heels of the highly acclaimed BBC adaptation of Spies of Warsaw starring David Tennant, Alan Furst returns. ‘In the world of espionage thrillers, Alan Furst is in a class of his own’ – William Boyd ‘Mr Furst is an incomparable expert at this game’ – New York Times ‘Your heart will be pounding with tension’ – The Guardian ‘The writing in Mission to Paris, sentence after sentence, page after page, is dazzling. If you are a John le Carré fan, this is definitely a novel for you’ – James Patterson Alan Furst has lived for long periods in France, especially in Paris, and has travelled as a journalist in Eastern Europe and Russia. He is the author of twelve novels, including The Polish Officer, The Foreign Correspondent and Spies of the Balkans, a TV Book Club choice.


Location: Long Island, USA Available for Interview f/Alan Furst