Really pleased that my third novel, HOW TO KILL WITH KINDNESS, will be out in the UK, US, CANADA, and elsewhere at the end of April courtesy of One More Chapter/HarperCollins. It's the story of a cynical woman, Tess, who decides to become a better person by moving to England's "kindest village". The full blurb is below, and you can pre-order here:
The village of Nether Appleford calls itself ‘England’s Kindest Village’. Overseen by the Kindness Committee, this close-knit community strives to live their lives with kindness at the heart of everything they do.
Just Be Kind. It’s as simple as that.
But what is kindness? Is it doing something to help someone else? Is it giving up your time to help your community? Or, perhaps it’s something a lot less obvious…
What if the kindest thing you could do meant hurting someone? Then what would you do?