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Lee Child archive to be held at UEA

Lee Child is showcasing his archive, containing early drafts, manuscripts and correspondence relating to the Jack Reacher series, at the British Archive for Contemporary Writing... Read more

Griffiths enjoys double win at Dead Good Reader Awards

Quercus author Elly Griffiths emerged triumphant at the Dead Good Reader Awards with a double win while Clare Macintosh, C J Tudor, Lee Child and... Read more

Viskic, Mukherjee and Herron in the running for CWA Daggers

Mick Herron, Abir Mukherjee and Emma Viskic are among the crime writers shortlisted for more than one prize at this year’s Dagger awards, run by the Crime Writers’ Association... Read more

Charts: the Oliphant is back in the room

Gail Honeyman's Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine (Harper) has returned to the UK Official Top 50 number one spot with 22,040 copies sold through Nielsen... Read more

Pictures of the week

This week's pictures round-up features the launch of an inclusive children's publisher and major announcements from the Women's Prize for Fiction 2018 and the Theakston... Read more

The Midnight Line clocks up second week at number one

Lee Child’s The Midnight Line (Bantam) has boomeranged back into the UK Official Top 50 number one spot, a week after it was displaced by Star Wars: The... Read more

Weekly E-Ranking: Eleanor Oliphant still Completely Fine

For a fourth consecutive week, and a fifth in total, Gail Honeyman’s Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine tops the Weekly E-Book Ranking.... Read more

Grisham to headline Theakston Crime Writing Festival

Legal thriller writer John Grisham is to headline the 2018 Theakston Old Peculier Crime Writing Festival in Harrogate this July. Read more

Monthly E-Ranking: Darker before Midnight

Despite shifting 10,000 digital units fewer in December than November, Darker leapfrogged Lee Child’s The Midnight Line to give E L James her first e-book... Read more

Midlist authors plug big-brand gap in 2017 review

In 2017 the marginal growth was propelled not by breakout bestsellers, but by undervalued—perhaps literally—midlist writers. Read more

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