Another bed in the kennel...

Here's a little press release that's just gone out, ICYMI.


Red Dog Press are excited to announce they have acquired the rights to The Beaten Track, the latest psychological thriller from author Louise Mangos.


Sean Coleman, Red Dog Press publisher, said: ‘We're delighted to have won the rights for this incredibly tense thriller in the face of some stiff competition from bigger names than our own. We are very excited to take readers down The Beaten Track next year.’


Louise Mangos, who previously gripped readers with her stunning debut, Strangers on a Bridge, said: ‘I’m absolutely thrilled to be joining the kennel of pedigree crime authors at Red Dog Press. When Sean told me how much he loved my novel and that I’d created something that makes The Girl on the Train look like Noddy, I was instantly ready to sign on the dotted line. I can’t wait to take readers on Sandrine and Jake’s perilous journey around the world in The Beaten Track.’


The novel is scheduled for publication in April 2022.


We honestly couldn't be more excited to sign Louise to the Red Dog kennel, and hope you, our dear readers, will welcome her as only the Red Dog Readers Club can – with open arms, and in eager anticipation of an absolutely incredible thriller early next year.


Keep an eye out for more details on The Beaten Track, and in the meantime, here's a little about the author:


Louise Mangos grew up in the UK but has spent more than half her life in Switzerland. Her debut psychological thriller Strangers on a Bridge was a finalist in the Exeter Novel Prize and long listed for the Bath Novel Award. Her second novel Her Husband's Secrets (previously titled The Art of Deception) was published in June 2019. She lives on an Alp with her Kiwi husband and two sons, and when she's not writing you can find her on the cross-country ski trails or wild swimming in the lake, depending on the season. She also writes short stories and flash fiction which have won prizes and been published in various anthologies. She has recently completed her MA in crime writing at UEA.


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