Tagged: William Heinemann

Hannibal Lecter creator's new novel to centre on 'evil, greed and dark obsession'

William Heinemann has revealed the new novel from The Silence of the Lambs author Thomas Harris will be Cari Mora: "a new story of evil, greed and the... Read more

New Nicola Barker 'tour de force' to publish next year

William Heinemann is publishing a new work by Goldsmiths and IMPAC prize winner Nicola Barker, called I Am Sovereign. Read more

William Heinemann buys book on Charles Manson murders

William Heinemann has acquired the UK and Commonwealth rights to a book about the Charles Manson murders by Tom O’Neill, with editorial input from Dan... Read more

Stormzy's #Merky Books launches with Blackman and Zephaniah

Around 2,000 people joined Stormzy to celebrate the launch of his new Penguin Random House imprint #Merky Books, with poet and performer Benjamin Zephaniah, author... Read more

PRH to publish 'Silence of the Lambs' author's first novel in 13 years

Thomas Harris, author of The Silence of the Lambs and Hannibal, is returning after more than a decade with a new novel, to be published by Cornerstone imprint William... Read more

Heinemann acquires 'captivating' On the Red Hill

William Heinemann has acquired On the Red Hill by Mike Parker, a memoir on "love, acceptance, finding home and the redemptive power of nature".... Read more

Stormzy launches #Merky Books with PRH

Penguin Random House division William Heinemann is launching a new imprint in partnership with musician Stormzy called #Merky Books. Read more

William Heinemann signs two by Lauren Groff

William Heinemann has bought two books by New York Times bestselling novelist Lauren Groff. Read more

Self and McGregor on Goldsmiths Prize shortlist

William Heinemann has landed two titles on the Goldsmiths Prize shortlist, while Will Self and Jon McGregor have both been nominated for the £10,000 award.... Read more

John Niven's sequel Kill 'Em All coming in 2018

William Heinemann will publish the “long-awaited” sequel to Kill Your Friends by John Niven, a decade after his cult debut. Read more

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