Tagged: James Patterson

Oval Office comes to Waterloo courtesy of PRH

Penguin Random House has unveiled a replica Oval Office inside London Waterloo station complete with a Donald Trump lookalike and secret service bodyguards. Read more

Patterson's next series marks 'most important work he's ever done'

Penguin Random House has bought a new children’s series, about a girl genius called Max Einstein, by James Patterson. Read more

Patterson to release Middle School spin-off Dog Diaries

Young Arrow has acquired a new children’s book, Dog Diaries, a spin-off from James Patterson’s bestselling middle grade Middle School series.... Read more

Brown bags it: Origin takes two in a row

Dan Brown’s Origin (Bantam) has once again claimed the UK Official Top 50 number one spot, selling 60,602 copies for £631,480. Read more

WH Smith sells exclusive short stories to mark 225th birthday

W H Smith is selling seven exclusive short stories from writers including Jeffrey Archer, James Patterson and Jodi Picoult to celebrate its 225th anniversary.... Read more

Luck joins Bonnier Zaffre as brand director

Gina Luck is joining Bonnier Zaffre in the newly-appointed role of brand director, working with authors Lynda La Plante and Wilbur Smith.... Read more

Bill Clinton and James Patterson collaborate on political thriller

Former US president Bill Clinton and James Patterson are collaborating on a novel, publishing with Cornerstone, called The President is Missing. ... Read more

Weekly E-Ranking: 16th Seduction tops charts

James Patterson takes the number one spot on the Weekly E-Ranking for the first time. Read more

Blob hangs on to number one as Patterson doubles his luck

David Walliams’ Blob (HarperCollins Children's) has held the UK Official Top 50 number one spot for a fourth week in a row, the longest run... Read more

PLR principal Patterson completes a decade as the UK’s most borrowed

James Patterson was the most borrowed author through UK public libraries for a 10th consecutive year in 2015/16. Read more

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