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  • DNB's missing supplements

    <p>The new Dictionary of National Biography project (Book News, 25th April) is even more impressive than Sir Leslie Stephen's original great reference work, because, thanks... Read more

  • The public fails to please the critics

    <p>It is a fair point: Jeffrey Archer is no Charles Dickens. Ken Follett, posterity may well decide, has not matched the contribution to literary culture... Read more

  • A differentiation strategy, but will it divert footfall?

    <p>William Boot</p><p>US where they have a greater sense of the renaissance publisher, if you like. It's what I like about being here, and it's what... Read more

  • Writing--at last, a slacker's guide

    <p>Horace Bent</p><p> I have brought to your attention recently a couple of writing guides, How Not To Write a Novel (Allison&amp;Busby) by David Armstrong and... Read more

  • LBF gets room to breathe

    <p>The London Book Fair is to expand its floor space in 2004 in response to increased demand from visitors. The LBF will open up the... Read more

  • Wizard giveaway from Icon

    <p>Icon Books is to give away 75,000 copies of a book to promote its Fighting Fantasy series and help independents sell J K Rowling's forthcoming... Read more

  • Bertelsmann pays down bank debt

    <p>Bertelsmann has successfully placed a &#8364;650m Eurobond, on top of $500m raised in a private placement of debt in the US last month. The money... Read more

  • Faber's Pamuk scoops IMPAC

    <p>Faber author Orhan Pamuk has won the 2003 international IMPAC Dublin literary award, the world's largest prize for a single work of fiction. Pamuk took... Read more

  • HarperPress takes shape

    <p>The promotion of Nick Pearson to publishing director of Fourth Estate tops a host of moves at HarperPress, the newly-created literary division of HarperCollins. Pearson... Read more

  • Bammel takes helm at IPA

    <p>Jens Bammel, chief executive of the Publishers Licensing Society, is to become the new secretary general of the International Publishers Association. He is due to... Read more

  • Trade scrambles after The Big Re

    <p>Publishers, booksellers, libraries and reading agencies were today (19th May) scrambling to take advantage of widespread interest in the list of the nation's 100 favourite... Read more

  • Andrews leaves BA after six mont

    <p>Cathy Andrews, managing director of the Booksellers Association, has left after only six months in the post. The Californian MBA and business strategist joined the... Read more

  • Orion lures Samson from TW

    <p>Tom Holman</p><p>Orion has lured Alan Samson from Time Warner in a bid to keep up its recent rapid growth in commercial non-fiction.</p><p>Mr Samson will join... Read more

  • Penguin dominates as Big Read's

    <p>The BBC has unveiled its list of Britain's favourite 100 books in The Big Read. The list features a mix of classic and contemporary novels,... Read more

  • THE wins Sainsbury's

    <p>Wholesaler THE has won the contract to supply books to supermarket chain Sainsbury's from Cork International, Richard Lewis writes.</p><p>The move sees THE, which already supplies... Read more

Jobs in Books

The Official UK CHART

  1. 1.
    Origin
    by Dan Brown
  2. 2.
    Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine
    by Gail Honeyman
  3. 3.
    This is Going to Hurt
    by Adam Kay
  4. 4.
    End Game
    by David Baldacci
  5. 5.
    I'll Keep You Safe
    by Peter May
  6. 6.
    Ready Player One
    by Cline, Ernest
  7. 7.
    Jamie Cooks Italy
    by Jamie Oliver
  8. 8.
    The People vs Alex Cross
    by James Patterson
  9. 9.
    The Love Letter
    by Lucinda Riley
  10. 10.
    Last Letter Home
    by Rachel Hore
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