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".
Sceptre is publishing a prize-winning and bestselling Swedish debut novel by poet Tom Malmquist.
Sceptre is to publish a new novel by Chris Cleave in April 2016. Everyone Brave is Forgiven is a “stunning, unconventional wartime epic”, which follows... Read more