Avon has bagged two more domestic thriller novels from e-book bestseller Amanda Robson.
Trapeze is publishing The Correct Order of Biscuits (And Other Meticulously Assembled Lists of Extremely Valuable Nonsense) by Adam Sharp.
Little Island Books will publish the debut children’s book of Booker-longlisted novelist Sam Thompson in 2021.
Colin Simms, Pascale Petit and Karen McCarthy Woolf have been shortlisted for the inaugural Laurel Prize, an ecopoetry award funded by Poet Laureate Simon Armitage.
Jamie Oliver's 7 Ways (Michael Joseph) has soared into the UK Official Top 50 number one spot, selling 34,241 copies through Nielsen BookScan's TCM.
DK is publishing a business book exploring "the unavoidable truths about racial bias in the working world", called Twice As Hard: Navigating Black Stereotypes and Creating Space for Success, by Raphael and Opeyemi Sofoluke.
Keira Knightley is to star in an adaptation of Sarah Perry's novel The Essex Serpent for Apple TV+.
We have a vague idea, and a great deal of received wisdom, but, notoriously, we’ve found it challenging to answer some of the simplest questions.
Verso is to publish Katherine Angel's latest work, Tomorrow Sex Will Be Good Again, exploring female desire in the context of the Me Too era.
Picador has picked up the first novel in eight years from award-winning Irish author Keith Ridgway.