This morning the jackets for Mary Nichols’ A Different World arrived from the printers:
The woman holding her hat and looking up instantly makes me think of her searching the sky for planes – such a simple image that manages to convey quite a lot about the book.
Not only is it a great image, but I also find myself wishing I had a dress like that. And this isn’t the first time our covers have made me want to update my wardrobe with some classic tailoring. The cover of Susanna Kearsley‘s The Firebird made me want to sweep through stately manors in a floor-length Chanel red gown. Or perhaps even just for swanning around the office.
Are there any book covers that have left you in a state of dress envy?
Sophie Robinson, Editorial Administrator