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
Ben Gutcher has moved from John Murray Press to Thames & Hudson to be head of UK sales.
Megan Schaffer, head of UK key accounts at Bloomsbury, is joining John Murray Press as sales director at the end of the year. Read more
John Murray is publishing Falling Short, a "funny, uplifting, deeply moving" literary debut by "true new talent" Lex Coulton.... Read more
John Murray is publishing Jessie Greengrass’s first novel, Sight, in February 2018.
John Murray imprint Two Roads has acquired two more books from Ruth Hogan, author of The Keeper of Lost Things.... Read more
Tartarus Press, the independent Yorkshire press which originally published The Loney by Andrew Michael Hurley, is collaborating with the author's new publishers at John Murray to publish... Read more