Posted on 29th Apr, 2016 by Peter Whitehead & Martha Greengrass
Jean-Paul Didierlaurent’s The Reader on the 6.27 has been something of a sensation in its native France, topping the bestseller charts and very much underlining Didierlaurent’s transition as a short-story writer of some repute toward transforming into a full-blown novelist. The Reader on the 6.27 has bagged numerous literary awards and has been translated into twenty-six languages. Here, Didierlaurent talks about moving away from the form of the short tale and how he set about creating the extraordinary world of The Reader on the 6.27. Introduced by regional buyer Martha Greengrass
Posted on 1st Jun, 2014 by Chris Anderson & David Sally
With World Cup Fever about to strike - until England inevitably go out - our Non-fiction Book of the Month for June is The Numbers Game...
Posted on 1st May, 2014 by Isabel Popple
Isabel Popple introduces our Children's Book of the Month for May, Journey to the River Sea by Eva Ibbotson.
Posted on 1st May, 2014 by Jonas Jonasson
Read the opening pages of Jonas Jonasson's The Girl Who Saved the King of Sweden - the follow up to his bestselling The Hundred-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out of the Window and Disappeared and our Fiction Book of the Month for May.
Posted on 1st May, 2014 by Thomas Harding
Hanns and Rudolf by Thomas Harding is our Non-fiction choice for May. Here the author explains how he set out on the trail of Rudolf Höss...
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