Tagged: Jeremy Trevathan

The facts behind the fiction

Writing in a personal capacity, Jeremy Trevathan argues that the Brexit supporters have abandoned logic and reason. Read more

Pan Mac signs 'masterful' Riley crime novel written before her death

Pan Macmillan has signed The Murders at Fleat House by Lucinda Riley, a standalone crime novel the author wrote before her death earlier this year.... Read more

Author Lucinda Riley dies after four-year cancer battle

Bestselling Irish author Lucinda Riley, best known for the Seven Sisters series, has died after battling cancer for four years.   Read more

Tor lands first adult sci-fi from Paolini

Pan Mac imprint Tor has landed a first adult science fiction novel from Christopher Paolini, a departure from his bestselling Inheritance Cycle fantasy series.... Read more

Ken Follett writes prequel to Pillars of the Earth

Ken Follett has written a prequel to his most popular novel The Pillars of the Earth, which was first published in 1989. ... Read more

Picador’s Paul Baggaley to join Bloomsbury as editor-in-chief

Paul Baggaley is to join Bloomsbury as editor-in-chief for its adult consumer publishing. Read more

Macmillan lands Jeffrey Archer series in four-book deal

Macmillan has snapped up the first four books in a planned eight-part series of novels by Jeffrey Archer. Read more

Pre-Frankfurt buzz: 'up-lit', toxic relationships, and smart non-fiction

Early signs suggest the market has moved on from psychological suspense novels and darker fiction, in favour of more uplifting, book-club titles and smart women’s... Read more

Brexit prompts UK publishers to look further afield as FBF looms

Publishers have reported buoyant trading on the international stage ahead of this year’s Frankfurt Book Fair, though many are unsettled by the political backdrop, with... Read more

Pan Mac bags former FBI director Comey

Pan Macmillan will publish a book from former FBI director James Comey on "ethical leadership", a year after he was dismissed by US president Donald... Read more

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