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Orion Fiction MMP October 2013 £7.99 400pp 978 1 4091 5148 7 eBook: £7.99 / 978 1 4091 5149 4 X

Orion Fiction HB October 2013 £14.99 304pp 978 1 4091 4804 3 eBook: £14.99 / 978 1 4091 4803 6 X

W&N Fiction HB November 2013 £20.00 368pp 978 0 297 87111 8 eBook: £20.00 / 978 0 297 87112 5


Meet This Man... the mega-selling kindle sensation and New York Times No.1 bestseller. Interior designer Ava O’Shea has no idea what awaits her at the Manor. A consultation with a stodgy country gent seems likely, but what Ava finds instead is Jesse Ward – a devastatingly handsome playboy who knows no boundaries. Ava doesn’t want to be attracted to Jesse, yet she can’t control the overwhelming desire he stirs in her. She knows that her heart will never survive him and her instinct is telling her to run, but Jesse wants her and is determined to have her. Jodi Ellen Malpas tried to ignore the lingering idea of writing a novel while working for the family construction business. She finally found the time and courage and in 2012 self-published This Man as an eBook.


Location: Northampton Available for Interview f/jodi.malpas @JodiEllenMalpas

KATE MOSSE The Mistletoe Bride and Other Haunting Tales

The perfect winter story collection from the No. 1 bestselling author of Labyrinth, Sepulchre and Citadel. A wonderfully atmospheric collection of stories from one of our most captivating writers, inspired by ghost stories, traditional folk tales and country legends from England and France. These tales are richly populated by spirits and ghosts seeking revenge; by griefstricken women and haunted men coming to terms with their destiny – all rooted deep in the elemental landscapes of Sussex, Brittany and the Languedoc. Kate Mosse is the author of the No. 1 multi-million international bestselling Languedoc Trilogy – Labyrinth, Sepulchre and Citadel – which has sold in more than 40 countries throughout the world in 38 languages.


Location: Chichester Available for Interview

STEPHEN MITCHELL The Odyssey: A New Translation

A stunning translation of Homer’s classic tale of homecoming. Thanks to the scholarship and poetic skill of the acclaimed Stephen Mitchell, this translation of Odysseus’ epic voyage bursts vividly into new life, recreating the lyricism and grace of the original. ‘Mitchell’s Iliad is slimmer and leaner than anything we have seen before, and is by far the most swift-footed in recent memory… his strong five beat rhythm is arguably the best yet in English’ – Daniel Mendelsohn, The New Yorker, on The Iliad Stephen Mitchell is known for making the classics thrillingly new. His books include Tao Te Ching, Gilgamesh, The Book of Job, Bhagavad Gita and The Selected Poetry of Rainer Maria Rilke.


Location: New York Available for Interview

Stop Press titles • October/November 2013