Weidenfeld & Nicolson has snapped up a “glowing-hot” debut from Niamh Campbell in a two-book deal.
Bloomsbury will publish a book by Pulitzer Prize-winning Washington Post journalists Carol Leonnig and Philip Rucker on Donald Trump's reinvention of the presidency.... Read more
Little, Brown has lured Anthony Quinn away from previous publisher Jonathan Cape in a two-book deal.
Welbeck has launched its new narrative non-fiction imprint by pre-empting a “completely unique” book on the human senses by Russell Jones in a “significant” five-figure... Read more
Man Booker-winning author Anne Enright’s next novel, Actress, about sexual power and celebrity, will be published by Jonathan Cape in February 2020.... Read more
Nick Hornby’s first novel in five years, Just Like You, will be published by Viking.
Rogers, Coleridge and White’s Peter Robinson is leaving the publishing industry after 30 years of being an agent.
Ian McEwan is releasing a new novella at the end of this month, a “biting political satire” on Brexit about a man’s metamorphosis into the... Read more
Fleet has signed a “beautiful” book from ex-Granta magazine editor Sophie Harrison about how she decided to retrain as a doctor at the age of 28.... Read more
Orion Fiction is to publish Westwind in November, a “lost” Ian Rankin novel which has been out of print for nearly 30 years.... Read more