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An Illustrated Maycomb Map

An Illustrated Maycomb Map

Posted on 14th Jun, 2016 by Sally Campbell

To celebrate Go Set A Watchman's release into paperback we present illustrator Stuart Hill's beautifully designed interactive map of Maycomb. Introduced by Waterstones Onlines’ Sally Campbell.

Five things we loved this week

Five things we loved this week

Posted on 4th Mar, 2016 by Sally Campbell

Our literary round-up of the last seven days

Six reasons why you should read Crooked Heart

Our next Book Club title is Crooked Heart by Lissa Evans. A hilarious, madcap novel set in Blitz-era England, full of criminal enterprise and more than a touch of Dickens.

Our Booksellers review: Go Set a Watchman

It's been a week since the publication of Harper Lee's second novel, here's what our booksellers and other reviewers think so far

In pictures - Our Go Set a Watchman midnight openings

Some great pictures from our midnight openings for Go Set a Watchman

Review: Go Set a Watchman

Review: Go Set a Watchman

Posted on 13th Jul, 2015 by Joseph Knobbs

After reading through the night, one of our booksellers shares their thoughts on Harper Lee's Go Set a Watchman

Five questions we have after the first chapter of Go Set a Watchman

And we still have to wait until next week before we can get any answers.

The book I've always meant to read: To Kill a Mockingbird

The book I've always meant to read: To Kill a Mockingbird

Posted on 1st Jul, 2015 by Rob Chilver

With the news of Go Set a Watchman, one of our booksellers decided it was finally time to read Harper Lee's original classic, To Kill a Mockingbird.

Every man's island, Jean Louise, every man's watchman, is his conscience

Penguin Random House recently released the first line from Go Set a Watchman and are asking for your artwork!

The Long Wait - 'The Year of Literary Comebacks'

Some of the best literary comebacks (that, when you think about it, don't really count as comebacks).

Karen Maitland Q&A

Karen Maitland Q&A

Posted on 17th Mar, 2015 by Karen Maitland

Karen Maitland answers questions on the inspiration behind The Vanishing Witch, historical locations and what she is looking forward to reading this year.

Harper Lee to publish a second novel, fifty-five years after To Kill A Mockingbird.

Well, this is unexpected. Harper Lee, famously reclusive author of To Kill a Mockingbird, is to publish a new novel titled Go Set a Watchman on 14th July.