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SUPERSENSE author Bruce Hood on Radio 4

Wednesday 29th Apr 2009 Bruce Hood confirmed to guest on START THE WEEK on Radio 4, Monday 25th May (SUPERSENSE published 14th May)

CRIMEFEST 2009 - Where to find our authors

Friday 24th Apr 2009 CRIMEFEST returns to Bristol from 14-17 May 2009.
Click the headline for details of our crime fiction authors attending.

London Book Fair 2009

Thursday 16th Apr 2009 We're at stand T415 in the Earl's Court 2 hall. Come and see us - a warm welcome awaits.

Quentin Letts - Political Journalist of the Year

Monday 6th Apr 2009 Quentin Letts, author of 50 PEOPLE WHO BUGGERED UP BRITAIN (Constable), has been named Political Journalist of the Year at the British Press Awards 2009. Click for details.

Constable to publish THE 86 BIGGEST LIES ON WALL STREET

Tuesday 31st Mar 2009 Constable has acquired UK/Commonwealth rights to THE 86 BIGGEST LIES ON WALL STREET from leading economic and political writer John R Talbott.

Kinnock attacks Scargill at launch of MARCHING TO THE FAULT LINE

Friday 13th Mar 2009 Speaking at the launch of MARCHING TO THE FAULT LINE (Constable) Neil Kinnock said the book showed that Margaret Thatcher had planned for a "real confrontation" with miners' leaders from the outset. Click the headline for more...

Right Way's John Harrison 'Britain's greatest allotment authority'

Wednesday 11th Mar 2009 Emma Townshend in the Independent on Sunday (8 March 2009)
has described our Right Way author John Harrison as 'Britain's greatest allotment authority'

Mammoth author Maxim Jakubowski joins Lovereading

Wednesday 11th Mar 2009 We're proud to announce that our Mammoth Books author and editor Maxim Jakubowski is joining Lovereading as an "expert voice".

Catch Mark Kitto, author of CHINA CUCKOO, today

Wednesday 11th Mar 2009 Mark Kitto author of the fascinating CHINA CUCKOO (How I Lost a Fortune and Found a Life in China) was a guest on BBC Radio 4's MIDWEEK today. Click for more.

Newsnight - David Hencke interview

Thursday 5th Mar 2009 NEWSNIGHT, BBC2 from 10.30pm tonight (5 March)

Michael Crick is interviewing David Hencke about the miners' strike and his book MARCHING TO THE FAULT LINE