Richard Osman

Best known as the creator and co-presenter of the beloved BBC quiz show Pointless, Richard Osman’s career in television and comedy spans more than two decades. Osman studied Politics and Sociology at Trinity College, Cambridge, and began his career in television by producing numerous shows, including Deal or No Deal. Since 2009, he has co-presented Pointless with Alexander Armstrong and made various appearances in programmes such as Have I Got News for You and QI. Osman has also written several quiz and trivia books, including A Pointless History of the World (2016).

In 2020, Osman broke records with his debut novel The Thursday Murder Club – a deliciously humorous detective romp featuring a group of pensioners sleuthing in a sleepy retirement village in Kent. As well as becoming the fastest selling adult crime debut in recorded history, it was widely praised by critics.

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Osman's beloved ageing investigators return in another captivating mystery that blends wry wit and deft characterisation with fast-paced, intricate plotting.

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Fiction Books by Richard Osman

The Thursday Murder Club
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The Man Who Died Twice
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The Man Who Died Twice
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The Bullet that Missed
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The Bullet That Missed
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Non-Fiction Books by Richard Osman

Richard Osman's House of Games
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A Pointless History of the World
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The World Cup Of Everything
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The Very Pointless Quiz Book
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The A-Z of Pointless
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Audiobooks by Richard Osman

The Thursday Murder Club
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The Man Who Died Twice
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The Bullet That Missed
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Games by Richard Osman

Richard Osman's House of Games Board Game
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Pointless Travel
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