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Rubenhold Ripper book The Five to be turned into drama series

Historian Hallie Rubenhold’s story of Jack The Ripper’s victims, The Five (Doubleday), is to be turned into a drama series by Mainstreet Pictures.... Read more

Doubleday acquires ‘unflinchingly honest’ O’Callaghan novel

Doubleday has acquired a literary novel by award-winning poet and Nothing on Earth (Doubleday Ireland, 2016) author Conor O’Callaghan. ... Read more

Doubleday scoops Rainsford's debut in 4-way auction

Doubleday has acquired a "ground-breaking" literary debut, Follow Me to Ground, by Dublin-based writer Sue Rainsford, following a four-way auction. Read more

Doubleday bags 'heart-wrenching' debut Shelf Life in 'speedy' pre-empt

Doubleday has pre-empted a debut novel from Tuscan writer and translator Livia Franchini, hailed "an exquisite, heart-wrenching story of a woman rebuilding herself on her... Read more

Toon's 'outstanding' debut goes to Doubleday

Sceptre editor Francine Toon has written an "outstanding gothic thriller" debut, Pine, to be published by Doubleday. Read more

Blakemore's 'captivating read on the teenage brain' scoops Science Book Prize

Inventing Ourselves (Doubleday) has won the £25,000 2018 Royal Society Insight Investment Science Book Prize, making its author Professor Sarah-Jayne Blakemore the fourth consecutive woman to scoop the... Read more

New direction for 'literary chameleon' Jo Baker to Transworld

Transworld has acquired a new, contemporary novel by Jo Baker, author of Longbourn and A Country Road, A Tree, about a female creative writing school tutor whose relationship with an... Read more

Kate Atkinson | 'I just could not write absolutely, completely seriously'

Set against the backdrop of the Second World War, the bestelling novelist’s latest work grapples with the elusive nature of ‘truth’. Read more

PRH dominates Science Book Prize shortlist

Penguin Random House has nearly a clean sweep of titles on the Royal Society Insight Investment Science Book Prize shortlist. Read more

Kudos win TV rights to Setterfield’s 'spellbinding' third novel

Independent drama producer Kudos has won the television adaptation rights to Diane Setterfield’s new novel Once Upon a River (Doubleday) after "fierce competition" for the rights.... Read more

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