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Publicity Update for Constable & Robinson: Books and Ebooks

Tuesday 26th Feb 2013

The Diaries of a Fleet Street Fox by Susie Boniface was reviewed in the Independent on SundayIf you are looking for the same sharp humour and bowel-movements-and-all-honesty which made her an internet sensation, you will not be disappointed with this memoir’

It was also reviewed in the Financial TimesIrresistible’

Stylist included The Diaries of a Fleet Street Fox in a piece about memoirs ‘You will audibly gasp at the audacity of her ex...’

Susie is doing the BBC Paper Review with Kelvin Mackenzie on the 25th March.

She is giving talks at Sunderland University on 18th March and Winchester University (WINOL) on 5th March.

 

The Guardian has confirmed that they will be reviewing A Treacherous Likeness by Lynn Shepherd.

A Treacherous Likeness was reviewed in Gazette & Herald (Ryedale)This is a story of love, loss and betrayal that has the reader enthralled from the first page to the last’

It was also chosen as the Book of the Month by the Keats-Shelley Book Club

 

A brilliant review of Lost & Found by Tom Winter in the Daily MailIn his witty, offbeat and moving debut...Tom Winter delights with a deadpan turn of phrase’

It also got a great blog review with 5 out of 5 stars 

 

An extract of Gift of Time by Rory Maclean was featured in Woman’s Own with lovely images of his family ‘Rory MacLean captures a heartbreaking but incredible experience’

 

The Bookseller included a nice piece about the new C&R Crime imprint and launch.

 

A delicious cookie recipe from Jo Wheatley’s A Passion For Baking was featured in Sainsbury’s MagazineA cut above the usual tea-time offerings’

 

The Lost Soul trilogy by Gabriella Pierce is being offered as a competition prize in Candis MagazineSpellbinding fiction you won’t be able to put down!’

 

Ellen Sussman, author of The Paradise Guest House, wrote a great short story for Simple Things

 

Martin Gurdon, author of Doing Bird, wrote a piece about showing domestic fowl in Countryside Magazine

 

James Renner’s The Man From Primrose Lane was reviewed in ChoiceQuirky and engaging and is a real page-turner of a novel’

A great review of The Man From Primrose Lane on the blog Random Things Through My Letterbox ‘I was utterly and truly hooked

 

James Craig was interviewed on BBC London Radio Robert Elms show yesterday about his latest book in the Carlyle series, London Calling. Listen to the interview here (about 1 hour, 10 minutes in)

 

Among Others by Jo Walton received a brilliant review on SFBook.com A worthy winner of the Hugo award and an incredibly rewarding read’

 

The Poacher’s Son by Paul Doiron was reviewed on Crime Thriller GirlStunningly atmospheric: an action packed and emotionally powerful thriller… it had me gripped’. Paul was also interviewed on Femalefirst.co.uk

 

Frank Muir’s Tooth for a Tooth was reviewed on Euro Crimevery well written… this writer is skilled and conveys character and setting very well

 

 

 

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The Jersey Evening Post featured The Kitchen Herb Garden by Maureen Little as a competition prize.

 

All About You featured recipes from Gifts From Your Kitchen 
 

A recipe for Chilli and Mixed Peppers Dish from Everyday Lebanese Cooking will feature in the March edition of Highland Life

 

Planting Plans for Your Kitchen Garden and The Little Book of Perennials will appear in May issue of Choice Magazine on the gardening pages

 

Dr Lori Boul, author of DIY Sex and Relationship Therapy will feature as an expert in the May/June issue of Healthy Magazine

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