Little, Brown imprint Sphere has announced that Clare Mackintosh’s fourth book, After the End, will be "a novel about what happens after the unthinkable".... Read more
Eleanor Oliphant’s Honeyman period is nowhere near over: the novel racked up a sixth successive Weekly E-Book Ranking number one in the seven days to 10th... Read more
The Handmaid's Tale has once again taken over the Weekly E-Book Ranking’s number one spot, gripping the list with the might of a totalitarian regime... Read more
The Girl on the Train (Transworld) has once again chugged straight into the Monthly E-Book Sales Ranking number one spot for August—shifting 41,335 copies to... Read more
The 2016 Summer of Jojo Moyes continues apace in the E-book Ranking, with her ninth consecutive number one.
Clare Mackintosh has scooped the Theakston Old Peculier Crime Novel of the Year Award for her first thriller I Let You Go (Sphere).... Read more
Clare Mackintosh will compete against the likes of Stephen King and Robert Galbraith for the crime fiction convention CrimeFest's annual awards.
For the first time J K Rowling's pseudonym Robert Galbraith has made the longlist for the £3,000 Theakston's Old Peculier Crime Novel of the Year.... Read more
Three trends have driven print renaissance, but there have been more than a few surging categories and micro-trends underpinning 2015's market success.
Sphere has acquired two psychological thrillers from Clare Mackintosh, author of the bestselling I Let You Go.