Review Copies of Killing Daniel (1/9/12)

This is just a quick one. Most of you know that Killing Daniel is getting published soon (1/9/12).

The publishers have just said this:

Any bloggers or reviewers interested in an early review copy of Killing Daniel by Sarah Dobbs (1/9/12) get in touch or DM us @UnthankBooks

You can also get updates on their Facebook, page should you like. Me aside, they’re a bold and brave independent publisher with some excellent short story collections out there and on the horizon. Discover some fantastic fiction! (if you haven’t already)… 🙂

 

Blurb

In Manchester Fleur is drifting through life haunted by her murdered boyfriend Daniel.

In Japan Chinatsu is trying to escape a passionless marriage to Yugi Hamogoshi, a man with a secret who won’t let her go.
Fleur and Chinatsu used to be schoolfriends.
Fleur and Chinatsu had a bond.
Fleur and Chinatsu had dreams.
This is the story of what happens before they can be together again

“KILLING DANIEL is an assured debut novel from a young writer who sets parallel worlds in motion and burns them into the reader’s imagination. Possessing an authentic narrative voice and impressive imaginative range, she is as much at home in Tokyo as in the post-industrial North West of England where her story begins. Her writing is economical, poetic, and darkly evocative; perfectly honed to explore the violence and retribution that underpins human affairs in her work, whilst also sustaining a tenuous but unbreakable thread of hope.” GRAHAM MORT on KILLING DANIEL by SARAH DOBBS. Published by UNTHANK BOOKS, September 2012.

Sarah

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