Robert Galbraith’s fourth Cormoran Strike title Lethal White has proved deadly to Bob Woodward’s Fear, striking the UK Official Top 50 number one spot in its first three days on sale. Read more
Jonathan Cape has acquired a third book from writer and neurosurgeon Henry Marsh, author of the hugely successful Do No Harm and its follow-up Admissions, both published with Weidenfeld &... Read more
Three Pulitzer Prize-winning authors, Anne Applebaum, Ron Chernow and David I Kertzer, are vying for the Cundill History Prize, worth $75,000 (£57,000). Read more
Nick Poole, c.e.o. of library and information association CILIP, has condemned recent library cuts as "a wholesale assault on a vital civic institution", in a... Read more
Bonnier Books UK has won a six-publisher auction to publish The Beekeeper of Aleppo, a book by Christy Lefteri that Bonnier Books' m.d. of adult... Read more
The shortlists for this year’s FutureBook Awards are to be announced at the Frankfurt Book Fair, with Pan Macmillan managing director Anthony Forbes Watson to... Read more
HarperCollins imprint 4th Estate will publish an investigation into innovation by science writer Matt Ridley.
Itchy Coo, the Scots language imprint for children at Black & White Publishing, is translating Jeff Kinney’s bestselling Diary of a Wimpy Kid into Scots.... Read more
Little Tiger imprint Stripes Publishing has bought an LGBTQ+ YA thriller by debut author Darren Charlton.
Editor at The Bookseller
Philip Jones asks whether Brexit could be beneficial for the book trade.
There is no doubt about the two trends kicking off 2019 even before it has officially begun. New Year, New You is all about kicking
the booze and eating vegan. While the success of Bosh and other...
Founder and managing editor at Rethink Press
Over the past six or seven years, there has been a quiet revolution in the world of business book publishing. Where a decade ago most... Read more
Issue No 5814
Friday, September 21 2018
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