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Talking to @JSLawBooks this Thurs at the Royal Navy Submarine Museum, about thriller of the year, Tenacity.

Really looking forward to chatting to James about his (truly) brilliant debut thriller, Tenacity, on Thursday 30th July. Here’s the cover: Here’s what it’s about: Suicide must be investigated. Especially when a Royal Navy sailor kills himself on a nuclear … Continue reading

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2 Great Debut Thrillers for Summer – J.S.Law & Saul Black

Tenacity by J. S. Law Verdict: Author J. S. Law has worked on helicopters, ships and towards the end of his naval career, submarines. He now works providing nuclear training and education to the defence and civil sectors. Tenacity is his … Continue reading

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The Very Hungover Caterpillar gets the Zoella treatment…

Here’s Zoella giving her best pal a copy of The Very Hungover Caterpillar for Christmas… Right on the five minute mark…

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The Very Hungover Caterpillar is published this week!

Follow the quest of one man as he attempts to shake off his hangover, through eating whatever he can get his hands on, and annoying his family in the process. Possibly the perfect book for anyone who fondly remembers the … Continue reading

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New Review for Wanted

“Shankin is a great main character – he has a good side keeping him from being a cold-blooded killer, but a keen sense of survival means he is willing to break the law and kill those that threaten him. The plot … Continue reading

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Bookmachine Event in Brighton on 6th November – with mince pies and drink!

Oh, and tickets are available here.

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The Very Hungover Caterpillar cover reveal!

Some of you may remember that last year Constable & Robinson published We’re Going on a Bar Hunt, a parody of Michael Rosen & Helen Oxenbury’s much loved children’s classic. Newspapers like The Guardian and Telegraph and sites like Huffington Post were kind enough to say … Continue reading

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