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New Curtis Sittenfeld novel set for June 2020

Doubleday will publish Curtis Sittenfeld's new novel, exploring what would have happened if Hillary Clinton had not married Bill, in June 2020.  Read more

McIntosh reassures Knopf Doubleday staff of group future after Mehta's death

Penguin Random House US c.e.o. Madeline McIntosh has reassured staff about the future of the Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group following the death of Knopf editor in chief... Read more

Rubenhold's The Five wins Baillie Gifford Prize

Hallie Rubenhold's The Five: The Untold Lives of the Women Killed by Jack the Ripper (Doubleday) has won the £50,000 Baillie Gifford Prize for Non-Fiction.... Read more

Doubleday's Marianne Velmans to retire in 2020

Doubleday's publishing director Marianne Velmans will retire in April 2020, after 31 years overseeing the imprint. Read more

Doubleday signs new Laura Zigman novel

Doubleday will publish the new novel by American novelist Laura Zigman, her first for 10 years.   Read more

Doubleday lands latest from Hallie Rubenhold in six-figure deal

Doubleday has snapped up Hallie Rubenhold's new book, Bad Women, which tells the story of the 1910 murder of Belle Elmore, by her husband Dr Crippen,... Read more

Council publishes superheroes book authored by children in care

Leicester County Council has published the UK’s first storybook written by children in care. Read more

Doubleday makes 'substantial' six-figure pre-empt for 'exceptional' debut

Doubleday has made a “substantial” six-figure pre-empt on a debut novel by academic and comedian Marianne Cronin about two women who meet at an art... Read more

Doubleday pre-empts Faber Academy graduate Ericka Waller’s debut

Doubleday has pre-empted Faber Academy graduate Ericka Waller’s debut novel, Dog Days, about the solace of canine companions “when times are hard”.   Kirsty Dunseath, publishing... Read more

Doubleday nets Youngson's barge-set second novel

Doubleday will publish the second book from award-winning novelist Anne Youngson. Read more

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