Time for fanfares and corks popping!!
Not only is today Publication Day for the eBook of THE SURVIVORS – but also Publication Day for the Audiobook and the Library hardback, availiable online. A thrilling start for the book. Fabulous reviews are coming in, many from authors whose opinions I value strongly :-
I am thrilled to announce that my new book will be published by Simon & Schuster UK on 6th September as an ebook and as a hardback online. The paperback will be published on 29th November – in time for your Christmas stocking!
THE SURVIVORS is a powerful story of love, danger and betrayal.
Set in Germany 1945. Klara Janowska and her daughter Alicja have walked for weeks to reach Graufield Displaced Persons camp. In the cramped, dirty and dangerous conditions they, along with 3,200 others, are the lucky ones. And like everyone else inside the camp, they are looking for their chance to escape.
But when Klara recognises a man in the camp from her past in Warsaw, a deadly game of cat and mouse begins. He knows exactly what she did during the war to save her daughter. She knows his real identity. What will be the price of silence?
And will either make it out of the camp alive?
I am excited about the wonderful pre-publication reviews already coming in. This fabulous one is from the brilliant bestselling author Leslie Pearse:
“THE SURVIVORS is a superb read, brilliantly crafted, exciting, very moving and researched meticulously. Fantastic, my best read of the year.”
Grab your chance to pre-order here:- https://www.amazon.co.uk/Survivors-Kate-Furnivall/dp/1471172309
PUBLICATION DAY is always very special and I am thrilled to see THE BETRAYAL out on the bookshelves at last and lovely early reviews are coming in.
“THE BETRAYAL is an extraordinarily beautiful novel with a wonderful sense of place and with two strong independent women who I fell head over heels in love with.” BeverleyHasRead Book Blog.
“Gripping. Tense. Mysterious.” Jane Corry bestselling author.
So what’s THE BETRAYAL book about?
Well, it’s a tense thriller set in Paris just before the war about two women who have to fight to carve out a life for themselves after one is involved in a murder and the other tries to shield her.
Could you kill someone? Someone you love?
Paris, 1938. Twin sisters are divided by fierce loyalties and by a terrible secret. Romaine is a pilot, reckless and passionate, while her sister Florence is a socialite who enjoys power and privilege. Both have something to prove and something to hide. Their worlds clash while fear stalks the streets of Paris. The drums of WWII are beating and France is poised, ready to fall. Who will fall with her?
So today it’s all about cracking open the bubbly and relishing the beautiful flowers from my wonderful publisher Jo and all the amazing team at Simon & Schuster UK.
Hello again! At last I am picking up my pen once more after my long summer break from writing – my first one in years. It was packed with wonderful jaunts and beaches, a steady supply of ice cream and Pimms, and of course lots of family and friends. And so much reading! Bliss.
But now to work again. The wheels are turning. Ideas are forming. And I am hugely excited to announce that my new book THE BETRAYAL will be published on 2nd November 2017. It is set in Paris 1938 and is the powerful story of twin sisters who are divided by fierce loyalties and a terrible secret.
Full cover reveal tomorrow, so drop by and take a look. It is GORGEOUS!
The first day of a new year is always exciting, but 2017 is starting with a SPECIAL bang for me because today is Publication Day of THE LIBERATION in Australia and New Zealand. So I want to say a big hello to all readers in Oz and hope you will enjoy diving into a complex and emotional story of a young woman fighting to survive among the ruins of Italy at the end of the war.
Here are a few of the reviews:-
“Furnivall’s plot is a cracker – full of violent twists as Caterina struggles to stay alive in a sad and desperate Italy.” THE TIMES
“Fast moving, atmospheric and romantic, this is great escapism.” SUNDAY MIRROR
“A twisting story of love and violence set in post-war Naples.” THE TELEGRAPH
“Romance! Drama! Art crime! An Italy torn apart by war. A compelling read that is hard to put down.” MY WEEKLY MAGAZINE