Philip Jones talks to Tim Waterstone about the founding of his eponymous high street chain and how his early years formed his view of bookselling.... Read more
RCW agent Sam Copeland was a trade rarity: a publishing staffer with no desire to turn author. Now, he says, he can’t stop writing...... Read more
With three historical novels to her name, former editor Lucy Foley has turned her hand to a Highlands-set murder mystery.
Bestselling YA author Holly Smale returns with a new series that explores perception and reality in the age of social media.
Angie Thomas' follow-up to The Hate U Give, her hugely successful début novel, shines a light on modern day america and the deep divisions that... Read more
The third novel by Diane Setterfield centres on a drowned child who miraculously returns to life, and the people who lay claim to her.... Read more
A painting provided the inspiration for Lucy Strange’s second children’s book, about a family struggling with the outbreak of the Second World War.... Read more
John Lanchester’s new novel imagines a near-future world, recognisably ours, yet irredeemably broken.
Annie Grace decided to quit drinking alcohol—but only after finding out why she felt the need to drink in the first place.
Born in Ealing, west London, half a century ago to an English mother and a Sudanese father, Kamal Ahmed explores what it means to be... Read more
An odyssey through the landscapes of winter became a meditation on mental health and the human condition for writer Horatio Clare.
Peter James is best known for his police procedurals featuring Roy Grace, but his latest standalone thriller tackles one of the biggest questions.
The third novel from Kiran Millwood Hargrave stays true to the territory that is her "first and greatest love"—and it’s her best to date, too.... Read more
Sarah Perry’s latest is a Gothic horror which makes us think about the human capacity for good and evil.
As the editor of the Guardian through a period of tumultuous industry change, Alan Rusbridger says that the news sector needs to be fixed.... Read more