Smugglerific Cover

Cover Reveal: Brother’s Ruin by Emma Newman

In which we showcase the cover for Brother’s Ruin, an upcoming novella by Emma Newman from

Without further ado, behold! The smugglerific cover!

The Cover:


About the Book:

The year is 1850 and Great Britain is flourishing, thanks to the Royal Society of the Esoteric Arts. When a new mage is discovered, Royal Society elites descend like buzzards to snatch up a new apprentice. Talented mages are bought from their families at a tremendous price, while weak mages are snapped up for a pittance. For a lower middle class family like the Gunns, the loss of a son can be disastrous, so when seemingly magical incidents begin cropping up at home, they fear for their Archie’s life and their own livelihoods.

But Archie Gunn isn’t a talented mage. His sister Charlotte is, and to prevent her brother from being imprisoned for false reporting she combines her powers with his to make him seem a better prospect. However, maintaining the charade will mean masquerading as Archie’s assistant, and delaying or destroying her own plans for marriage.

When she discovers a nefarious plot by the sinister Doctor Ledbetter, Charlotte must use all her cunning and guile to protect her family, her secret and her city.


About the Author:

EMMA NEWMAN writes dark short stories and science fiction and urban fantasy novels. Between Two Thorns, the first book in Emma’s acclaimed Split Worlds urban fantasy series, was shortlisted for the British Fantasy Awards for Best Novel and Emma was nominated for Best Newcomer. Her latest novel is Planetfall.

Emma is a professional audio book narrator and also co-writes and hosts the Hugo-nominated podcast ‘Tea and Jeopardy’ which involves tea, cake, mild peril and singing chickens. Her hobbies include dressmaking and role playing games.


Brother’s Ruin is out on March 14 2017 from


  • Lucille
    September 29, 2016 at 5:00 pm

    It is so beautiful omg!!!! *heart eyes*

  • Jordan
    September 29, 2016 at 5:09 pm

    Such a gorgeous cover!

  • Mary Preston
    September 29, 2016 at 9:08 pm

    It is an amazing cover. Love all of the details.

  • JazzFeathers
    October 3, 2016 at 4:16 pm

    That’s some cover! And the story sounds great 🙂

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