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Orion Crime & Mystery Hb / ETPb November £16.99 320pp 978 1 4091 5129 6 / 978 1 4091 5130 2 ebook: £16.99 / 978 1 4091 5132 6

RONNIE O’SULLIvAN Framed a page-turning debut crime novel from the uk’s most charismatic sporting genius.

Frankie James is a young man with a lot on his shoulders. He always swore to his mum he’d keep his younger, wilder brother out of trouble, but when Jack turns up early in the morning, covered in someone else’s blood and with no memory of the night before, it seems there’s no way Frankie can make good on his promise. With Jack on the hook for the vicious murder of a gang boss’s daughter, Frankie knows his brother has been given a death sentence. To prevent that from happening, he needs to find out who framed Jack and why, but that means entering the sordid world of bent coppers, ruthless mobsters and twisted killers that he’s tried all his life to avoid getting sucked into.

ronnie O’sullivan is a five-time winner of the World Snooker Championship and is widely regarded as the greatest natural genius ever to play the game. His previous books, Ronnie: The Autobiography of Ronnie O’Sullivan and Running: The Autobiography, were bestsellers.


Location: Chigwell, Essex Available for interview f/TherealronnieOsullivan @ronnieo147

Orion Fiction • November / December 2016

Orion Historical Fiction Hb / TPb December £20.00 512pp 978 1 4091 4253 9 / 978 1 4091 4254 6 ebook: £13.99 / 978 1 4091 4255 3 Audio: £19.99 / 978 1 4091 6034 2 / 12 hrs

LESLEY LOkkO The Last Debutante a powerful, compelling family drama that sweeps us from the 1930s to the present day, spinning a story of sisters and long-held secrets.

1936, Chalfont Hall, Dorset. As the dressmaker puts the last pins in her dress, thirteen-year-old kit is wondering why she has to go through the charade of seeing her sister Lily presented at Court. kit knows that her sister’s place on the social scene is guaranteed, and as the door to a life of parties and eligible young men opens for Lily, kit must make do with tiptoeing around the gallery of Chalfont, eavesdropping on the grownups’ conversations. but the arrival one evening of a distinctly German visitor sets in motion a chain of events that none of the family could have anticipated. Years later, the aftershock of events will be felt by a new generation . . .

lesley lokko trained as an architect but always dreamt of writing. Her eight novels include Sundowners, Saffron Skies, Bitter Chocolate, Rich Girl Poor Girl, One Secret Summer, A Private Affair and Little White Lies.


Location: Johannesburg, South Africa Available for interview f/lesleylokkoauthor