Posted on 5th Nov, 2017 by Martha Greengrass
For Anthony Horowitz, time spent in the company of a good crime novel this year has had to take second place to busily writing his own second crime novel, The Word is Murder - the first in a new series following the bestselling Magpie Murders. Nevertheless, he’s crossed paths with some unmissable crime fiction this year and he’s chosen the highlights of his findings exclusively for Waterstones. From contemporary thrillers to historical mysteries it’s got something for everyone; perfect for those readers for whom Christmas wouldn’t be complete without a murder or two under the tree.
Posted on 2nd Jun, 2017 by Martha Greengrass
'It was jammed with action sequences and had a terrific new villain... before I knew what I was doing, I had sketched out a new novel. '
Alex Rider has been amassing legions of fans since he first stormed into being in the epic series debut Stormbreaker. So, when Anthony Horowitz announced that his ninth Rider novel, Scorpia Rising, was to be Alex’s final mission, readers were left on tenterhooks about the fate of the teenage spy. When it comes to espionage fiction, however, you should never say never and now, five years later, Alex Rider is back in explosive form in Never Say Die. Here, exclusively for Watertsones, Anthony Horowitz explains why he just couldn’t leave his hero behind.
Posted on 5th Nov, 2014 by Dan Lewis Lewis
The shortlists for this year's Specsavers National Book Awards shortlists were announced today - and we're here to guide you through them.
Posted on 22nd Oct, 2014 by Anthony Horowitz
Read the opening pages of Anthony Horowitz's Moriarty - and find out how you can spot the author on a carriage tour of London on Thursday 23rd October.
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