Arlidge Continues Bestseller Streak

30th May 2017

The seventh installment in MJ Arlidge’s DI Helen Grace series, Love Me Not, has continued the success of previous books, entering the Sunday Times bestseller list at number four upon release.

She Loves Me
A woman’s body lies in the road. At first it looks like a tragic accident. But when Helen Grace arrives on the scene it’s clear she’s looking at a coldblooded killing. But why would anyone target a much loved wife and mother?

She Loves Me Not
Across town, a shopkeeper is killed while his customers are left unharmed. But what lies behind the killer’s choices?

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Evan Davis releases book on Post Truth

24th May 2017

Low-level dishonesty is rife everywhere, in the form of exaggeration, selective use of facts, economy with the truth, careful drafting - from Trump and the Brexit debate to companies that tell us ‘your call is important to us’. How did we get to a place where bullshit is not just rife but apparently so effective that it’s become the communications strategy of our times?

Evan Davis’ new book, Post Truth: Why We Have Reached Peak Bullshit and What We Can Do About It, explains all.

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Arlidge Continues in Sunday Times Top Ten

15th September 2016

M. J. Arlidge’s popularity continues, with the paperback release of Hide and Seek at number 5 on the Sunday Times bestseller list in the first week of publication. Arlidge’s debut thriller, Eeny Meeny, was the UK’s bestselling crime debut of 2014.

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Arlidge straight back onto Bestseller List

20th June 2016

The paperback release of Little Boy Blue, the fifth book in M.J. Arlidge’s DI Helen Grace series, has gone straight in at number 10 on the Sunday Times Bestseller List, after the hardback also hit the bestseller charts in March this year. A huge marketing campaign supports this book, in which DI Grace investigates a body in a nightclub.

Detective Inspector Helen Grace is no stranger to tragedy. But when a body is found in a Southampton nightclub, the death cuts too close to the bone.

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THE GIRL OF INK AND STARS is Waterstones Book of the Month

3rd May 2016

Kiran Millwood Hargrave’s “simply stunning debut” The Girl of Ink & Stars has been chosen as Waterstones’ Children’s Book of the Month for May 2016.

That rare thing – a genuinely timeless, heart-on-its-sleeve adventure – this fictional debut from Oxford-based Kiran Millwood Hargrave is as beautifully produced as it is written.”

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New Elly Griffiths website goes live

19th February 2016

The launch of Elly Griffith’s new website coincides with the recent publication of the eighth book in the Dr Ruth Galloway Mystery series, The Woman in Blue, and offers readers information about events, book releases, and reviews.

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Edward Dusinberre on Start the Week

2nd February 2016

This week sees the publication of violinist Edward Dusinberre’s brilliant book on Beethoven and quartet playing, Beethoven for a Later Age. Hear him talk about it on Monday’s Start the Week.

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Edward Dusinberre discusses new book BEETHOVEN FOR A LATER AGE in Faber podcast

25th January 2016

In this Faber podcast to mark the publication of his new book, Beethoven for a Later Age: The Journey of a String Quartet, Edward Dusinberre gives us a glimpse of his life in the world-renowned Takács Quartet and introduces us to the story behind Beethoven’s masterpieces – their technical difficulties, their significance for performers and audiences around the world, as well as what they signify for him personally.

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HELP!: How to Become Slightly Happier, and Get a Bit More Done

28th January 2011

“The Self-help Book to End All Self-help Books…” - The Guardian

This month Canongate published a collection of columns from Oliver Burkeman’s highly acclaimed weekly psychology feature for the Guardian This Column Will Change Your Life.

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