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Go Set a Watchman has got us thinking…

With the hugely anticipated arrival of TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD’s ‘parent novel’, we started to talk about which of classic stories we’d like to know the next chapter. Given Harper Lee’s second novel has parted […]

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Why Am I Single? by Joanna Bolouri

I’ve been asked this question a lot (mainly by my parents) and there are many, many reasons ranging from: ‘I don’t have time’ or ‘I haven’t met anyone nice’, to ‘WHO THE HELL WOULD WANT […]

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Exclusive first look at THE SEA BETWEEN US trailer

In a remote Cornish cove, on one of the last days of summer, Robyn is drowning. She is saved – just – by local boy Jago, and it is a moment that will change both […]

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Books on my Bedside Table – Sheila O’Flanagan

THE GOLF OMNIBUS by PG Wodehouse PG Wodehouse was a comic genius. This book of short stories means that on the nights when I’m too tired to concentrate on a novel, I can read a […]

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Jodi Picoult tells us about Leaving Time

In her most gripping mystery since House Rules, Jodi Picoult brings us a powerful story of a young girl’s determination to uncover the truth, however shocking and life-changing it might be.  Leaving Time  is July’s […]

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Quick-fire Q&A with Jo Thomas

If I had to go back in time and choose another career… I want to change career every week. Usually I want to be a different type of farmer. Right now I want to be […]

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Rebecca Mascull’s top 3 female heroines in historical fiction

Last year, I was sitting in the cinema with my daughter watching ‘Mr Peabody and Sherman’, which is about a dog and his adopted son (yes, that’s right) who travel through time. It was tremendous […]

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A visit to Big Ears’ House: My first taste of Puglia by Jo Thomas

I had never heard of trullos. I had never heard of Puglia. That is, until my brother and his wife invited us to their home there. My sister in law had had a long love […]

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Behind the scenes on the Jill Mansell poster shoot

Jill Mansell’s latest novel, THREE AMAZING THINGS ABOUT YOU, is out now, and you may have seen the huge poster campaign that’s in railway and underground stations around the country. We all know that Jill […]

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Claire Lorrimer on the inspiration behind her bestselling romance novels

I am delighted that earlier this year, Hodder & Stoughton reprinted four of my most popular romantic novels: The Silver Link, Last Year’s Nightingale, Ortolans, and Frost in the Sun. The latter story was inspired […]

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IF YOU GO AWAY Blog Tour Day 1 – An exclusive extract

27th March 1914 Dearest Diary, I have waited for such a long time for today. Eighteen years, nine months and ten days. My entire life. FOREVER.   Vivian carefully underlined the word forever and in […]

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Jodi Picoult & Samantha van Leer introduce OFF THE PAGE

Yesterday we published OFF THE PAGE, the enchanting new novel by Jodi Picoult and her daughter and co-author Samantha van Leer. In it, fairy tale prince Oliver is plucked from the pages from his story […]

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