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New Fiction Titles Now Available For Review

There are a number of exciting new fiction and non-fiction books now available for review through Palamedes

A number of forthcoming fiction titles, including a gripping historical mystery by Monty Python film editor Julian Doyle, are now available to the media for review.

Julian Doyle, the multi-award-winning feature film director, playwright, editor, scriptwriter and author, will be publishing his hotly anticipated new historical mystery thriller The Jericho Manuscript in early June.

This gripping novel, published through Chippenham Books and featuring the world’s greatest consulting detective Sherlock Holmes, is comparable to Dan Brown’s The Da Vinci Code and merges fact and fiction in a storyline inspired by ancient Christian history and mythology,

Scottish author Russell Govan’s third novel, lighthearted time-travel romance I Know You, published through Guernica World Editions, is released on 1st June.

It tells the story of a feisty young woman, Eilidh, who keeps being drawn back through time into the life of a man, Walter, who, in the present day, is suffering from Alzheimer’s disease. 

She falls in love with Walter but must make a difficult choice between her relationship in the past, and her life in the present.

For all media requests, including electronic review copies of the above titles, contact publicist Anthony Harvison.

The Jericho Manuscript
Filmmaker Julian Doyle, famed for editing Monty Python’s Life of Brian, has written a gripping historical mystery thriller, The Jericho Manuscript, starring Sherlock Holmes and exploring ancient Christian myths.

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