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Jocasta Hamilton appointed publisher of John Murray

Hutchinson's Jocasta Hamilton is succeeding Mark Richards as publisher of imprint John Murray. Read more

John Murray snaps up lead fiction debut from Ahsan after author pitch

John Murray has made a novel by Shahnaz Ahsan its lead fiction debut for 2020, after publisher Mark Richards met her at a writers’ pitching... Read more

John Murray promotes Zigmond to editorial director

John Murray has promoted senior commissioning editor Joe Zigmond to editorial director. Read more

John Murray snaps up debuts from Fagan and Rahim

John Murray has signed debut novels by Oisín Fagan and Prospect magazine managing editor Sameer Rahim for its JM Originals list of fresh and distinctive new... Read more

Glowing review prompts JMP to publish Bengali classic in translation

John Murray publisher Mark Richards has acquired a contemporary Bengali classic, The Aunt Who Wouldn't Die by Shirshendu Mukhopadhyay, as translated by Arunava Sinha.... Read more

John Murray to make Swedish bestseller its lead debut for 2019

John Murray is to make a "gripping" Swedish bestseller set in 18th-century Stockholm, acquired just ahead of last year's Frankfurt Book Fair, its lead debut... Read more

John Murray celebrates 250 years with non-fiction prize

John Murray is launching an international non-fiction prize worth £20,000 to mark its 250th anniversary this year. At the same time, publisher Mark Richards has been... Read more

Herron's fifth Jackson Lamb thriller to centre on Brexit aftermath

Mick Herron's fifth instalment of his Jackson Lamb series, London Rules (John Murray), will be set in the aftermath of Brexit and with the UK dealing with a... Read more

John Murray acquires 'true new talent' Lex Coulton

John Murray is publishing Falling Short, a "funny, uplifting, deeply moving" literary debut by "true new talent" Lex Coulton.... Read more

Jessie Greengrass' 'moving' first novel to John Murray

John Murray is publishing Jessie Greengrass’s first novel, Sight, in February 2018. Read more

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