Just a quick alert that the new paperback edition of Jericho’s War is officially published by Hodder books on Thursday 30 November 2017.
That will be followed in January by the new hardback, A Damned Serious Business. I’ve finished reading my advance copy and a review will be up soon(ish).
Finally thanks to Sue for letting me know that Gerald will be talking about, signing and selling his latest book in a little Welsh library on 31 January. Details on Friends of Rhydypennau Library Events Facebook page.
A new cover image for A Damned Serious Business has appeared on Amazon UK. This one features a new font for the author’s name so I guess a cover refresh is happening.
Publication is still set for 4 January 2018.
I’ve just noticed that a placeholder image for the next Gerald Seymour novel A Damned Serious Business has appeared on Amazon UK. The book isn’t out until January so I would imagine the final cover reveal may still be a good way off.
A look at Amazon UK today revealed the title and blurb of the next Gerald Seymour novel. A Damned Serious Business is out in hardback on 4 January 2018.
Here is the blurb…
There is a new cold war raging and its frontline warriors are Russian hackers – gang-members working freelance for the FSB, successor to the KGB. Massive thefts of personal information, electoral interference, catastrophic disruption of commercial and social services, banks, airlines, even whole countries disabled – this is happening now.
Nicknamed ‘Boot’ because of his obsession with the Duke of Wellington and the battle of Waterloo, Edwin Coker is a case officer at the Vauxhall headquarters of MI6. When a young hacker falls into his hands and reveals details of a secret meeting, Boot conceives a daring plan to strike back – not with a computer virus of his own, but with a bomb that will seriously damage the Russian operation, spreading fear and distrust.
Now Boot and his little team need a ‘deniable’ handler to deliver the explosives across the border from Estonia into Russia and bring the hacker back out. They turn to Merc, an ex-soldier fighting in Iraq, a gun-for-hire who knows how to get out of a tight spot. They hope.
From the moment Merc sets out to cross the River Narva things do not go to plan and when the hacker’s sister becomes involved, his mission turns from tough to near impossible. The scene is set for a classic story of pursuit and evasion and an epic battle for survival.
As always this far out it’s possible that the title and indeed the release date will change.
Just a quick note that the paperback of No Mortal Thing is out in paperback in the UK next week, specifically on Thursday 3 November 2016.
Just a quick update to report that www.amazon.co.uk are now listing the new Gerald Seymour novel with the title Jericho’s War. Keep in mind that titles can change closer to the publication date.
As yet there is no blurb yet that I can see. I’ll add that when I find one.
Publication is still set for January 2017.
There is no title or plot information yet, but the next untitled Gerald Seymour novel is set for publication on 12 January 2017, at least according to Amazon UK.
Also I seem to recall seeing that the paperback of No Mortal Thing is due out in November 2016. I’ll see if I can pin that one down.
Bearing in mind that the book appeared in shops last week here is a quick reminder that today is the official publication date for the new hardback No Mortal Thing.
The official publication date for No Mortal Thing is 7 January 2016 which is still a week away. However I have just spotted copies of the hardcover on sale in my local branch of Tesco for £9. Handy for those of us who don’t want to wait.
I’ve added my review page for the upcoming novel No Mortal Thing. You can find the review on the No Mortal Thing page.
The new novel is out in hardcover on 7 January 2016 in the UK.
Many thanks to Hooder & Stoughton for my review copy.