Orion General fiction TPB December @ £12.99 352pp 978 1 4091 2491 7 eBook: £6.99 / 978 1 4091 2492 4
KATIE AGNEW Untitled
‘Agnew has a keen eye on the dark side of the high life as well as its shallowness, and her writing is as lively as her plotting’ Metro Spoilt society girl Sophia has hardly worked a day in her life. The shine has worn off her party lifestyle and behind closed doors, she’s barely holding it all together. Now her grandmother is dying and Tilly Beaumont, a glamorous and successful actress in her heyday, has a story she wants to tell. And if Sophia’s prepared to listen, she’ll unlock the secret story of three generations of incredible women and the search for an heirloom whose beauty has driven its owners to both triumph and disaster. Katie Agnew was born in Edinburgh and educated in Aberdeen and London. She worked as a journalist for Cosmopolitan, Red and Daily Mail before becoming features editor on Marie Claire. Her first novel, Drop Dead Gorgeous, won a WHSmith Fresh Talent award.
Orion Crime / Thriller HB January 2015 £14.99 320pp 978 1 4091 2715 4 eBook: £7.99 / 978 1 4091 2992 9
ROBERT CRAIS Untitled
The gripping new novel from the master of the intelligent action thriller, and author of Suspect, Robert Crais. In 2014, Robert Crais will return with his brand new novel. Robert has carved himself a bestselling place as an author of taut, powerful and pacy thrillers. He has become a No. 1 bestseller in the USA and a regular Top 10 in the UK. His fans love his brilliant characterisation and action-packed plots. This new novel will combine some old favourites with some new friends to great effect. ‘Crais is the master at producing a good read’ Shortlist Robert Crais began a successful career in television in the 1970s, writing scripts for such major series as Cagney and Lacey, Miami Vice and Hill Street Blues. In addition to the Cole and Pike novels, he has also written several bestselling standalone thrillers.
Location: Bath, UK Available for interview author:
Location: Los Angeles Available for interview www.robertcrais.com
Orion Fiction • December 2014 / January 2015