Harvill Secker has paid a six-figure sum for a thriller written by "a member of the publishing workforce" under the pseudonym Jessica Barry.... Read more
Danny Arter rounds-up the best cover designs of January 2018.
Imogen Hermes Gowar's novel is Harvill’s lead début fiction title for 2018. But its prominence belies its more humble beginnings.
Harvill Secker has named Erica Chung the winner of its eighth £1,000 Annual Harvill Secker Young Translator’s Prize, recognising the achievements of translators aged 18-34 at the start of their... Read more
Denise Mina's The Long Drop (Harvill Secker) has been awarded the McIlvanney Prize for Scottish crime book of the year.... Read more
Harvill Secker has pre-empted Star of the North by D B John, an international thriller moving between the US and North Korea.... Read more
A General Theory of Oblivion (Harvill Secker) by Jose Eduardo Agualusa, translated from Portuguese by Daniel Hahn, has won the €100k International Dublin Literary Award.... Read more
Harvill Secker has acquired a debut psychological thriller by Jo Jakeman, 2016 winner of York Festival of Writing's Friday Night Live competition.... Read more
Harvill Secker has signed Ruth Ware to write another two books in a deal that will be keeping the author busy until 2020.... Read more
Kirsty Logan’s second novel, The Gloaming, is publishing with Harvill Secker in May next year.