Seven Sinful Blogs

18142483William Sutton’s Lawless and the Flowers of Sin, the second book in the Campbell Lawless series, was published on 12th June.

In honour of its publication, Titan Books asked if I would like to host a guest piece by William Sutton as a part of his Seven Deadly Sins book tour. Considering how much I LOVE Victorian crime fiction (it’s the best kind of crime, okay?), I agreed.

In his post, Sutton talks about the role of avarice in politics. Have a little read and stick around SugarQuills for my review of Lawless and the Flowers of Sin (coming soon!).

Guest Post by William Sutton

Hello, hello, I’m William Sutton, author of Lawless and the Flowers of Sin, published by Titan Books. To celebrate, I’m delivering Sinful Blogs with my take on the state we’re all in (especially novelists).

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Flawed (Flawed #1) by Cecelia Ahern

Flawed by Cecelia Ahern

Publication: March 24th 2016 by Harper Collins

Format: eBook Pages: 334

ISBN13: 9781250074119

‘You will be punished…

Celestine North lives a perfect life. She’s a model daughter and sister, she’s well-liked by her classmates and teachers, and she’s dating the impossibly charming Art Crevan.

But then Celestine encounters a situation where she makes an instinctive decision. She breaks a rule and now faces life-changing repercussions. She could be imprisoned. She could be branded. She could be found flawed.

In her breathtaking young adult debut, bestselling author Cecelia Ahern depicts a society where perfection is paramount and flaws lead to punishment. And where one young woman decides to take a stand that could cost her everything.’ – Goodreads 

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We Are The Hanged Man (DCI Jericho #1) by Douglas Lindsay

We are the Hanged Man by Douglas Lindsay

Series: DCI Jericho #1

Publication: August 23rd 2012 by Blasted Heath

Format: eBook Pages: 374

ISBN13: 9781908688248

‘When the latest hit reality TV show, Britain’s Got Justice, needs an expert police panellist, DCI Robert Jericho’s boss thrusts him into the media spotlight, knowing full well that Jericho has been desperate to avoid the limelight since his wife’s unexplained disappearance ten years ago.

With the press now hounding his every move, there’s nowhere to hide.

Meanwhile, a killer, newly released from prison, resumes the bone-chilling handiwork for which he was locked away

thirty years earlier. Sinister tarot cards turn up on Jericho’s desk, each one more grotesque than its 

predecessor. As he investigates a series of seemingly unrelated deaths, he becomes aware that a noose is gradually tightening around his throat.

Someone is setting him up for a neck-breaking fall.‘ – Goodreads

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