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If you love delving into some historical fiction, or were gripped by the TV series The Crown, we think we have just the thing for you with Gill Paul’s beautifully written novel Another Woman’s Husband […]

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The story of LETTERS FROM THE SUITCASE

Letters From The Suitcase is an enchanting, poignant and incredibly moving account of the five year early marriage between two lovers divided by war – and the legacy they left for their only child. Written by Cal […]

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My Perfect Weekend…with Marina Fiorato

The weekend is on the horizon and to celebrate we caught up with Marina Fiorato, author of the dark, sumptuous and gothic Crimson and Bone, which is out today, to find out how she imagines […]

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Marino Fiorato Cover Reveal

We’re thrilled to reveal the cover of bestselling historical fiction author Marina Fiorato’s next novel Crimson and Bone, which Hodder & Stoughton are publishing in April next year.   Crimson and Bone is a darkly […]

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Alexander Hamilton: the sexiest revolutionary

Elizabeth Cobb, author of The Hamilton Affair, on resurrecting a real-life historical romance . When I told friends five years ago that I was starting a novel about the sexiest man in the American Revolution—Alexander […]

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‘Literature is a treasure trove of memorable, wonderful characters… how do you choose?’ – We put Tracy Rees in the hot seat

Being asked to pick just five favourite fictional heroines is hard! It’s a bit like being asked, “what’s your favourite book?”. Literature is a treasure trove of memorable, wonderful characters… how do you choose? It’s […]

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The Spark in the Void by Debra Daley

When the novel you wrote arrives at your door in a parcel from the publisher, it’s a strange, dissociative moment. At least it is for me. I open the parcel, pull out the book in […]

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Try Something New: Historical Fiction

If the term ‘historical fiction’ automatically makes you think of ancient old school books, then we’ve got to do something about that! Here we have six fantastic reads that are going to blow those dusty old tomes […]

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Books on my bedside table by Sarah Vaughan

Just Boris: A Tale of Blond Ambition My WIP is partly inspired by my experience as a political correspondent for the Guardian so I’ve been consuming political memoirs and biographies: former minister Chris Mullin’s A […]

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Meet Annabelle Thorpe – our newest kid on the bloc!

Bookend-ers, please say hello to Annabelle Thorpe! Annabelle has been a travel and features journalist for fifteen years, writing for all sorts of national prints and online media, including the Times, Sunday Times Travel Magazine and Express. […]

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EXCLUSIVE COVER REVEAL

We’re very excited to reveal the cover of the stunning second novel from the Sunday Times bestselling author of Amy Snow. Perfect for fans of Lucinda Riley and Dinah Jefferies’ The Tea Planter’s Wife. Florrie […]

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Laurie Graham talks about the inspiration behind THE NIGHT IN QUESTION

This month, Laurie Graham follows in the footsteps of the most famous murderer in history, and takes a closer look at the lives of the women he hunted. Often lumped together as ‘The Ripper victims’, […]

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