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Orion General fiction HB November @ £14.99 352pp 978 1 4091 4454 0 eBook: £7.99 / 978 1 4091 4456 4

A.K. BENEDICT Untitled

‘Written in sinuous, elegant prose with characters that linger in the mind . . . one of the more interesting debuts this year’ Daily Mail on The Beauty of Murder Jonathan Dark is not having a good day. His wife has left him. His latest case at the Met is haunting him – a victim of a stalker they couldn’t stop in time. And now after a mudlark finds a severed finger on the shore of the Thames, an undertaker has got in touch with information from a very unlikely source. Disturbing, surprising and compelling, A.K. Benedict’s gripping new novel shows just how fine a line lies between the living and the dead. A. K. Benedict read English at Cambridge and studied creative writing at Sussex. She now composes film and television soundtracks, as well as performing as a musician.

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Location: Hastings, Sussex Available for interview www.akbenedict.com f/A-K-Benedict @ak_benedict

Orion Historical fiction HB/ETPB November £18.99 400pp 978 1 4091 4244 7 eBook: £9.99 / 978 1 4091 4246 1

CHRISTIAN CAMERON The Long Sword

The second installment in the action-packed tale of chivalry and betrayal set during the Hundred Years War. William Gold, the hero of Christian Cameron’s first novel of The Hundred Years War, The Ill-Made Knight, returns in another epic tale of deeds of arms, as one man strives to follow the chivalric ideal in a world ruled by greed, vanity and the lust for power. The year is 1364 and the newly-ennobled Sir William is now pledged to the service of the Knights Hospitaller, and therefore must heed the Pope’s call to a new crusade. But as he embarks on a daring venture to capture one of the Turks’ most fabled cities, he is about to discover that he faces far deadlier enemies on his own side. Christian Cameron is a writer and historian and the author of many acclaimed historical novels, including The Ill-Made Knight, set during the Hundred Years War, as well as fantasy novels The Red Knight and The Fell Sword writing as Miles Cameron. He has a degree in medieval history and is a former US Navy intelligence officer.

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Location: Toronto, Canada Available for interview www.hippeis.com f/Christian-G-Camerons-Author-Page @Phokion1

Orion Fiction • November 2014