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Welcome to the Troubador Publishing Christmas newsletter. We've put together a selection of festive reads and wintery tales from our independent authors, to put you in the Christmas spirit (especially as many are on offer!), whether they're for a  gift or just to curl up with in front of a warm fire.

Throughout December we also have our 3-for-2 offer on our webshop on all titles... buy three titles and the cheapest is free. 

But hurry, last posting date for Christmas is only two weeks away!


Children's Books

Box 1571 is a fast-paced fantastical adventure that will appeal to readers aged eight-twelve.The Talbot family is in trouble. The business is collapsing, Mum can’t stop crying, and Ella will do anything to help. So when she finds thousands of pounds in Dad’s secret post office box, she thinks that all her problems have been solved. However, the money brings new challenges that are much closer to home. She must follow the right path and learn the lessons of loyalty, determination and friendship before it’s too late. Paperback £6.99 | Ebook £1.99
Estella and the falling Star is the first book in the ‘Mermaid Legend’ series, which explores the wondrous underwater world of the mermaids. Each book will focus on the legends the mermaids tell, offering an explanation of how something so marvellous came to be.Adventure, fantasy and friendship are bound together in this charming and magical tale for young readers. Paperback £6.99 
Get £2 off this title when using the code 'CAROLS'!
Jungle Jim and the Shadows of Kinabalu  will appeal to anyone with adventure running through their veins. ‘Jungle’ Jim swings into action in his first exciting adventure, as the superpowered simian tries to shed some light on the mysterious Shadows of Kinabalu. Paperback £8.99 | Ebook £2.99


Disclosure will appeal to both sci-fi fans and those interested in UFOs and related phenomena. Tracing the life of Kevin Powell from the age of eight, he undergoes a number of strange experiences that his young mind cannot interpret and that he assumes are a normal part of growing up...
Paperback £9.99 | Hardback £15.99 | Ebook £3.99

Thriller/ Suspense

16mm of Innocence unravels as three estranged siblings find old 16mm home movies locked away. By watching the forgotten reels they discover shocking truths beneath their patchy childhood memories: secrets about their family, their parents, the identity of the skeleton, and the reasons behind their estrangement.
Paperback £7.99 | Ebook £4.99

Travel / Biography

Inside the Crocodile follows the life of Trish Nicholson in the wilds of the most diverse nation on earth, while she copes with crocodiles under the blackboard and sorcery in the office, survives near-fatal malaria, mollifies irascible politicians and an ever-changing roster of bosses – realities of life for a development worker.
Paperback £12.99 | Ebook £4.99 
Use discount code 'PNG' to get your copy for just £10.99!

Prunes For Breakfast is the story of John Searancke’s parents, told mostly from the side of his father, Eddie Searancke, from the time of his calling up in early 1940 to his release from a prisoner of war camp in Germany in 1945, thence his return to England to try to pick up the pieces of his old life. Nothing could ever be quite the same afterwards...
Paperback £9.99 | Ebook £4.99 


Public Face Private Vice is the second in a series of gripping crime novels featuring charismatic Chief Superintendent Charlie Smith. Keith Wainman’s first book, Why Was She Killed? introduced Chief Super Charlie Smith, a policeman with few friends in high places. Public Face Private Vice takes us back into his dark world in a bid to outsmart the killer.
Paperback £11.99 | Ebook £3.99


Crazy Over You is a refreshingly honest portrayal of a woman’s reaction to her husband’s infidelity, while also being a touching story of friendship and love. It is a novel for all those who have experienced a break-up and know that living happily ever after is not quite as simple as meeting your man!
Paperback £7.99 | Ebook £3.49 

Matador customers get £3 off this title when using the code 'ELF!

The Faerie Tree is a novel as gripping and unputdownable as Jane Cable’s first book, The Cheesemaker’s House, which won the Suspense & Crime category on Alan Titchmarsh Show’s People’s Novelist competition. It is a story that will resonate with fans of romance, suspense, and folklore. Also featured in The Bookseller May 2015 Independent Author Preview.
Paperback £8.99 | Ebook £1.99

To get £2 off this paperback title this Christmas, enter the discount code 'SNOW'

Barry the Penguin’s Black and White Christmas is a superbly original, comical story about the importance of friendship, trust and believing in yourself. Barry the Penguin’s Black and White Christmas is a Christmas musical adventure complete with fantastic songs and beautiful illustrations.
Paperback £9.99

To get £2 off this title this Christmas, enter the discount code 'REINDEER'

Archie Brevitt’s Amazing Christmas Escapade is a children's tale about the disappearance of Santa. Archie’s name is pulled from Santa’s sack of letters to save the day – but what does Archie know about the Christmas toy delivery? The castle is in chaos, the delivery isn’t ready and it’s already Christmas Eve…
Paperback £7.99

Get £2 off this title when using the code 'XMAS'!
The Snowbirds is based in small Japanese mountain village where young Shoji enters an ice carving competition. He soon finds he has a rival in Orochi, another boy in the village, who tries to sabotage Shoji’s entry, but with the help of his family Shoji creates a most beautiful Snowbird.
Paperback £7.99 | Ebook £2.99
Who Will Be Your Judge
is an historical thriller that starts during WW2 and continues through to 1960’s gangland London. A very powerful novel about family, war and gangland culture that's attracted some great reviews.
Paperback £14.99 | Ebook £3.99 
Get £2 off this title with discount code 'SANTA'.
42 Days is the often funny, sometimes touching, undeniably heartbreaking and ultimately redemptive story of a recovering cynic as he narrates the story of his son’s life – from birth through to adulthood – in just 42 days. It’s the most honest book about fatherhood, marriage and death you’re ever going to read.
Paperback £9.99

If you wish to receive your order in time for Christmas, please note the last order dates for shipping:

UK: 20th December; Europe: 7th December

If you order a title which becomes unavailable, we will email you with an estimated delivery date. Discounts apply to books purchased through the Troubadour Publishing website only. Discounts do not apply to ebooks, which should be purchased through your usual retailer (Amazon, Apple, Kobo, Waterstones, etc.).

If you have any questions at all about your order - or the ordering process - please do not hesitate to call the Distribution Manager on 0116 279 2299. Terms & Conditions are available on checkout on our webshop.

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