I Know What You Did Last Supper will be available in France next year. While this isn’t “new news” as such, it’s something we haven’t yet mentioned on this blog page. Our publisher Little, Brown’s foreign rights department sold the novel to a major French publishing outfit, Univers Poche.
We’re no experts on the French literary scene, it must be said, but Univers Poche, which translates to “Pocket Universe,” is part of the Editis Group, and describes itself as “France’s leading paperback publisher.”
Needless to say, we’re thrilled that they’ve taken on our novel, which is currently being translated and will be published in France in early 2014.
Just a quick post to say that we’ve fired up social media pages for the novel, and the book’s Twitter page and Facebook page are now live. If you feel inclined to spread the word, head over and Follow or Like us! Many thanks!
Today is the day – I Know What You Did Last Supper is officially now on sale in the UK, both on real and virtual bookshelves. The novel’s RRP is £7.99 for the paperback, and £4.49 for the ebook (click here for links to buy the book).
We’d be thrilled if you went out and bought, or downloaded, a copy – to state the rather obvious. And you’ll be thrilled once you get stuck into the fast-paced, page-turning plot. We promise.
Alternatively, if you fancy a punt at winning a copy of the book, to celebrate the launch our publisher is running a competition to tweet Biblical insults at them throughout today. See the Piatkus website for more details, with the results to be announced tomorrow, the 8th of March.
Hi all… the time is nearly upon us. I Know What You Did Last Supper goes on sale tomorrow – see the Buy the Book section for places you can get hold of the novel online.
And if you want a little taster of the book, we’ve just put the first two chapters up here. Enjoy!
The good people at Piatkus (our imprint at publisher Little, Brown) have posted up an article Darren wrote about the novel, and how it all began and then evolved, on their blog page. If you want to take a look, you can find it here: “A surprising new thriller of biblical proportions.”