Cover Reveal – ‘Chosen Child’ by Linda Huber
Today I am delighted to be revealing the cover of Linda Huber’s new book. Isn’t it lovely? ‘Chosen Child’ is out on the 15th February.
A disappearance. A sudden death. A betrayal of the worst kind.
Ella longs for a child of her own, but a gruesome find during an adoption process deepens the cracks in her marriage. A family visit starts off a horrifying chain of events, and Ella can only hope she won’t lose the person she loves most of all.
Amanda is expecting her second child when her husband vanishes. She is tortured by thoughts of violence and loss, but nothing prepares her for the disturbing conclusion to the police investigation.
And in the middle of it all, a little girl is looking for a home of her own with a ‘forever’ mummy and daddy…
About Linda Huber
Linda Huber grew up in Glasgow, Scotland, where she trained as a physiotherapist. She spent ten years working with neurological patients, firstly in Glasgow and then in Switzerland. During this time she learned that different people have different ways of dealing with stressful events in their lives, and this knowledge still helps her today, in her writing. Linda now lives in Arbon, on the banks of beautiful Lake Constance in Switzerland, where she works as a language teacher.
Her debut novel The Paradise Trees was published in 2013, followed by The Cold Cold Sea in 2014 and The Attic Room in 2015. Linda has also had over 50 short stories and articles published in women’s magazines. Chosen Child is her fourth novel, and will be published on February 15th.
Amazon UK: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Linda-Huber/e/B00CN7BB0Q/ref=ntt_athr_dp_pel_1
Amazon US: http://www.amazon.com/Linda-Huber/e/B00CN7BB0Q/ref=sr_ntt_srch_lnk_1?qid=1433057929&sr=8-1
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Reblogged this on Anita Dawes & Jaye Marie and commented:
it is a brilliant cover!
Beautiful cover, Linda! Yes, this is one of the advantages of self-publishing. You get to chose your own cover. It certainly was one of the issues that brought me in the direction of independent publishing. I have to admit I dislike most of the book covers out there, particularly the ones published by American publishers and especially the ones on romance novels. How many half-nude men with muscular biceps can you take? Really? Sorry, don’t mean to insult anybody, it may just be my own quirky taste. Looking forward to your new book!
I totally agree with you on the rippling stomachs that grace so many romance novels… I felt my characters would have been horrified to have found themselves half naked on the cover so I chose to do something different. 🙂
Crikey Linda, I haven’t even managed to get to your last book yet and you’re about to get another one out there!! Well done and terrific cover, absolutely love it 🙂
What a stunning cover. A half-naked man draped across a cover doesn’t encourage me to buy a book. A beautiful image does. 🙂