Hodder & Stoughton has pre-empted two standalone crime novels from Emma Haughton, with The Dark to be published as a "major" launch title for the publisher next summer.... Read more
Hodder and Stoughton is to publish Mike Dickson's biography of England cricketer Bob Willis.
Hodder & Stoughton has snapped up debut author Claire Heywood’s “vivid and illuminating reimagining of the story of the Siege of Troy”, Daughters of Sparta.... Read more
The author and playwright Frank White, whose novel There Was a Time was published by Hodder in 2017, has died at the age of 92.... Read more
Hodder and Stoughton has won a new Brontë Mysteries series from Rowan Coleman, imagining the sisters as amateur sleuths ahead of their writing careers.... Read more
Hodder and Stoughton has acquired the debut of Juliet Grames, a publisher at Soho Press in New York.
Singer songwriter James Arthur is publishing a memoir with Hodder and Stoughton on 5th October, called Back to the Boy.
Hodder and Stoughton has appointed Sam Bradbury, currently with Jo Fletcher Books, as editor with commissioning responsibilities in the area of science fiction, fantasy and horror, reporting to... Read more
The three finalists of "The Great British Bake Off", revealed in last night's show (19th October), are signing copies of Hodder and Stoughton's TV tie-in book... Read more
Hodder and Stoughton has acquired a "boundary-pushing, darkly suspenseful" new thriller: The Roanoke Girls by Amy Engel.