John Murray is publishing Stephen Hawking's Brief Answers to the Big Questions - the last book he was working on before he died.... Read more
John Murray is publishing Michael Hughes' "vivid, funny and brutal" reimagining of Homer's Iliad, set at the end of the Troubles in Northern Ireland in the mid-1990s.... Read more
John Murray has bought an "insider's account" of Israel's national intelligence agency Mossad and its history of targeted assassinations from journalist Ronen Bergman.... Read more
Kate Hewson has been promoted to editorial director non-fiction for John Murray imprint Two Roads.
John Murray has acquired a "stunning" memoir by Astrid Holleeder, the sister of "one of the most notorious criminals in contemporary history", Willem Holleeder.... Read more
Stig Abell, editor and publisher of the Times Literary Supplement, has chosen John Murray to publish his first book: How Britain Really Works.... Read more
John Murray is publishing a memoir by the former secretary general of the United Nations, Ban Ki-moon.
John Murray is launching an international non-fiction prize worth £20,000 to mark its 250th anniversary this year. At the same time, publisher Mark Richards has been... Read more
Mick Herron's fifth instalment of his Jackson Lamb series, London Rules (John Murray), will be set in the aftermath of Brexit and with the UK dealing with a... Read more
The Ink Factory, production company behind "The Night Manager", has acquired the TV rights in a "hotly contested" auction to Andrew Michael Hurley’s supernatural second novel Devil’s Day (John Murray).... Read more