Hodder & Stoughton has secured a new book by astronomer Professor Paul Murdin, The Secret Lives of Planets.
Drummond Moir is joining Ebury from Hodder in the role of deputy publisher, as the Penguin Random House division announces the launch of two new... Read more
Sceptre has acquired a debut novel by Sheila Llewellyn, Walking Wounded - the "haunting" story of a doctor and a patient in a 1940s military psychiatric hospital. ... Read more
Sceptre is publishing The Art of the Good Life, a new non-fiction work on "clear thinking" by Swiss businessman and novelist Rolf Dobelli.... Read more
Hodder has pre-empted BBC journalist David Robson’s The Intelligence Trap, a book that has now sold in six territories internationally, with US rights snapped up in a... Read more
Hodder & Stoughton has pre-empted The Intelligence Trap by award-winning BBC science journalist David Robson within 24 hours of submission.... Read more
Hodder & Stoughton is restructuring, dividing both its fiction and non-fiction publishing teams into two publishing units each, because non-fiction publishing director Rowena Webb is taking a "step back from... Read more
Sceptre has commissioned women’s rights campaigner Helen Pankhurst to write a non-fiction work to mark the centenary of women’s suffrage in the UK.... Read more
Sceptre has acquired a book by Central St. Martins lecturer and artist Rod Judkins described as "future-proofing for thinkers".
Sceptre has pre-empted Lost and Found, a "ground-breaking" book about "the new neuroscience of identity".