ORION FICTION NOVEMBER
Jean Fullerton Perhaps Tomorrow
A captivating historical saga which vividly brings the East End to life Mattie Maguire, a young widow and mother, owns a coal business directly in the path of Amos Stebbins’s planned Wapping to Mile End Railway. Nathaniel Tate has escaped a penal colony after being wrongfully convicted for embezzling money stolen by Amos – and he wants revenge. Mattie and Nathaniel’s worlds collide when she offers him work, leading Nathaniel to dare to hope for a future with Mattie; that is, until a furious Amos reveals Nathaniel’s identity to Mattie – and the police… Jean Fullerton is a native East Ender, a trained nurse, and teaches healthcare and nursing. Her husband is a vicar and she has three daughters.
Fiction Cased/Trade Paperback November £9.99/£9.99 224pp 234 x 153mm 978 1 4091 2290 6/978 1 4091 2291 3 Markets: World XUSA USA & Translation: MBA Literary Agents; Serial: Orion
Edward Wright From Blood
Fast-paced, edgy thriller from the award-winning author of Red Sky Lament and Damnation Falls Shannon Fairchild’s life has not gone to plan. But when a house fire kills her parents, she vows to get them justice. Her mother’s dying words: ‘Get to them and warn them’, prompts Shannon to inverstigate how her parents’ past of political activism links them to a fatal bombing, the masterminds of which are still at large. But Shannon isn’t the only one in pursuit of answers: should she join forces to find the killers, or wait for the killers to find her? Edward Wright grew up in Arkansas and has been a naval officer and a newspaperman. He lives in Los Angeles, USA. www.edwardwrightbooks.com
Fiction Cased/Trade Paperback November £18.99/£12.99 320pp 234 x 153mm 978 0 7528 9177 4/978 0 7528 9176 7 Markets: World XUSA USA & Translation: Jane Conway-Gordon; Serial: Orion