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News 2011

Acceptable Loss at no. 22

Acceptable Loss listed at number 22 on the New York Times best seller list.

Publishing contracts

Confirmed today, 10/18, the French publisher has contracted three more books - Dorchester Terrace, Bryanston Mews and A Christmas Odyssey due for release around September/October.

Also, The Book People, known for their strong relationship with some of the best big sellers, has contracted three of Anne Perry's popular Christmas novellas for a unique shrink-wrap set due later this year..

eBooks Available

eBook versions of a selection of Anne Perry's novels can be obtained through Open Road. Watch Anne Perry talk about what influences her writing.

Thanks to Caerphilly Library

Just a word of thanks to all at Caerphilly Library, especially Karen, for providing such a delightful venue for my author talk on Monday in The Great Hall. It was indeed a privilege to speak at such an impressive venue and meet so many wonderful and interested people. Thank you also goes to Maindee Library for their efforts in organising their event on Monday evening. It never ceases to amaze me that so many of my readers know my characters so well.

Discussions with Meg Davis

In one of her most in depth interviews to date, Anne Perry discusses her much loved books and characters with agent and close friend Meg Davis. This interview took place back in February in London and shows Anne speaking with passion about her career, her popular Joseph Reavley, who features in the hugely successful WW1 stories and is based on her grandfather.

Due to the length of this conversation the sections have been divided up into their respective series - 'Pitt', 'Monk', 'Heroes', WW1 series, 'Tathea' and 'Come Armageddon', followed by the Christmas novellas and the fascinating read that is 'Sheen on the Silk'.

These will all be loaded up soon, so please keep coming back to view the literary discourse.

Reissues available June 28, 2011 on Ballantine Book – US only:

  • Slaves of Obsession - Monk
  • The Shifting Tide - Monk
  • Southampton Row - Pitt
  • Belgrave Square – Pitt