Hodder & Stoughton has snapped up Rachelle Atalla’s debut novel The Pharmacist, as well as a second novel by the author.... Read more
Australian novelist Janet Woods has died at the age of 81, the Kate Nash Literary Agency has confirmed.
Ebury Press has signed an “inspirational” memoir from former SAS trooper and air-accident survivor Jamie Hull.
Barrington Stoke has acquired The Great (Food) Bank Heist, a "heartfelt adventure" from Onjali Q Raúf that will offer a child’s perspective on the rapidly... Read more
Online classroom platform Oak National Academy is launching a new virtual library in partnership with the National Literacy Trust.
Virago is publishing the first novel in two decades from Gayl Jones, Palmares, set in 17th-century colonial Brazil on Portuguese plantations and in the last fugitive slave settlement.... Read more
Tributes have been paid to award-winning novelist, poet and pathologist David Wheldon following his unexpected death at the age of 70.
Cornerstone UK’s Del Rey imprint will publish Ava Reid's debut novel, The Wolf and the Woodsman, in June 2021. ... Read more
Saraband is bringing forward the publication of Ewan Morrison’s new novel, How To Survive Everything, in response to the latest UK lockdown.... Read more
Jewish Book Week will be fully online for the first time this year, featuring Elif Shafak and David Baddiel among others on the bill.... Read more
HQ has landed a “beautiful” book on kindness by Hello! editor in chief Rosie Nixon featuring contributions from Fearne Cotton, Matt Haig, June Sarpong and the Duchess... Read more
Headline is launching new editions of its five Neil Gaiman novels, Neverwhere, Stardust, American Gods, Anansi Boys and The Ocean at the End of the Lane, this spring.... Read more
Amazon is being sued for anti-competitive behaviour in the United States by the same law firm that successfully sued Apple and five major publishers for colluding to fix e-book prices... Read more
Elizabeth Day and Johny Pitts are to be the new presenters of BBC Radio 4’s "Open Book" programme.
Scribe is to publish The Changing of the Guard: The British Army Since 9/11 by Simon Akam next month.
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Issue No 5913
Friday, January 15 2021
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