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Hutchinson to deliver midwife's memoir after seven-way auction

Hutchinson has acquired an account of life on the front-line of the NHS by midwife Leah Hazard in a "hotly contested" seven-way auction.... Read more

Long Bright is right for Hutchinson

Hutchinson has splashed out a six-figure sum for UK and Commonwealth rights to 2014 Rome Prize in Literature recipient Liz Moore’s "gritty, compelling, cleverly constructed... Read more

Dunmore and Egan longlisted for Walter Scott Prize

The late writer Helen Dunmore, US novelist Jennifer Egan and 29-year-old writer Natasha Pulley are all vying for the £25,000 Walter Scott Prize for Historical... Read more

Tara Westover | 'My biggest fear wasn't that it wouldn't get published but that it would get published when it didn't deserve to be'

A remarkable tale of the importance of education by Tara Westover is destined for big things, predicts Caroline Sanderson. Read more

Self-care duo's Rituals for Every Day to publish with Hutchinson

Hutchinson has acquired a new book from "wellness pioneers" Nadia Narain and Katia Narain Phillips, entitled Rituals for Every Day.... Read more

Hutchinson acquires memoir from Nelson Mandela's grandson

Hutchinson has acquired a memoir by Nelson Mandela's grandson at auction for an undisclosed sum.  Read more

Hutchinson to release first Dunmore short story collection in 20 years

Hutchinson has revealed it is publishing a posthumous collection of "powerful" short stories by Helen Dunmore, a day after the late author was given the Costa Award... Read more

Great Schott! New Jeeves title to Hutchinson

Ben Schott, creator of Schott’s Original Miscellany, is switching to fiction to write a new title in P G Wodehouse’s Jeeves and Wooster series for... Read more

New P G Wodehouse 'Pick-Me-Up' series in store

Hutchinson/Arrow has renewed the publishing licence of P G Wodehouse for a further 10 years and will be publishing a new "Pick-Me-Up" series of his short stories aimed at... Read more

Patrick McGrath | 'I get more and more interested in ghosts'

Lauded novelist Patrick McGrath returns with a tale of grief, love, secrets and the postwar rise of fascism. Read more

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