The Private Enemy
|Author:||Nicola L. C. Talbot|
|Genre:||Crime / speculative fiction|
|Format:||Paperback. 11pt font (TeX Gyre Termes) on cream paper. Ebook due out on 31st January 2016.|
|Word Count:||136,000 (approximate)|
|ISBN:||978-1-909440-05-0 (paperback) or 978-1-909440-08-1 (ebook)|
|RRP:||£12.00 (paperback) or $3.99 (ebook)|
|Publication Date:||30th September 2014 (paperback), 31st January 2016 (ebook)|
|Dimensions:||140mm (W) x 216mm (H) x 32mm (D)|
|Preview:||Download Sample (PDF) or preview ebook.|
This novel is set in a future where the Anti-Technology League collide with demands to restore former levels of technology, rival gangsters battle for dominance, and government agencies are determined to reinforce their message that the world is united in peace and prosperity — by any means necessary. Into this mix comes the last of the Coulgranes of Wynherne, hell-bent on revenge.
Events and Promotions
- Czech Republic—Tomas Hejda
- Paris, France—Guillaume Moreno
- Brazil—Paulo Cereda
Competition DetailsWant a chance to win a copy of this novel? Dickimaw Books is giving away four signed copies of the revised first edition. See the promotions page for further details. Closing date: 2015-04-30. This competition has now closed.
Book LaunchThe book launch will be at Jarrold Department Store, Norwich on 30th October 2014, from 6pm (store closes at 7pm). Tickets are free and can be requested through Jarrold's. Ordering a ticket helps to give an estimate of expected numbers.
You can reserve copies of the book to collect on the day in case there's a sell-out before you arrive. To reserve copies, send me a message via the contact form specifying how many copies you want to reserve and what name to reserve them under. The location (view map) is a short walk from the Castle Meadow bus stops. Norwich is on the Abellio Greater Anglia intercity train service from London Liverpool Street, and also on the East Midlands Line from Liverpool Lime Street. (Take care not to confuse those two stations as they are over 200 miles apart!) The Norwich International Airport has direct flights from Amsterdam, Aberdeen, Edinburgh and various other locations. Harwich International Port has ferry services to and from the Hook of Holland and North Europe. Train travel from the Harwich International Rail Station to Norwich requires a change at Manningtree.
Norwich is England's first UNESCO City of Literature. There are plenty of interesting things to see while your visiting Norwich, such as The Forum, the Norwich Playhouse, the John Jarrold Printing Museum, the Sainsbury's Centre for Visual Arts, the Norwich Arts Centre, or have a look at the Norfolk Tourist Information website for other ideas.