John Murray is to publish Burning the Books: A History of Knowledge Under Attack by Richard Ovenden, director of Oxford’s Bodleian Libraries.... Read more
John Murray is publishing a book about the "hidden history" of data science by Jill Lepore, a New Yorker writer and two-time Pulitzer Prize finalist.... Read more
Hutchinson's Jocasta Hamilton is succeeding Mark Richards as publisher of imprint John Murray.
Former political aide and author Alastair Campbell is publishing a "candid" and "empowering" memoir about his struggles with mental health.
Mick Herron’s Slough House series is being adapted for television by Apple TV, with Gary Oldman cast in the role of Jackson Lamb.... Read more
John Murray will publish the official biography of Stephen Hawking by Graham Farmelo, following a deal with the late theoretical physicist's estate.
John Murray has made a novel by Shahnaz Ahsan its lead fiction debut for 2020, after publisher Mark Richards met her at a writers’ pitching... Read more
John Murray has triumphed in a five-publisher auction to land the debut book by journalist Akshat Rathi, billed as a “Factfulness for climate change”.... Read more
John Murray will publish Michelle Gallen's "darkly comic" debut novel set on the Irish border.
John Murray has scooped George Soros' "most powerful take on the world today" as the investor and philanthropist addresses the dangers faced by civilisation.... Read more