This website is where you can discover our writers and learn more about their work and what we do; each book we publish has a dedicated page (click the drop-down menu on the toolbar above) full of extra information.  We’re not a large imprint, but we like to think we are mighty. We publish about 15 books a year,  voice-driven fiction and non-fiction – all strong narrative and great stories with heart and intelligence.


STORIESOne of the most important books we have ever published – Jo Cox: more in common – a moving and inspirational memoir of Brendan Cox’s wife, who was killed in 2016, her life and her legacy and already a Sunday Times #1 bestseller … Ruth Hogan’s The Keeper of Lost Things is an irresistible novel of lost objects and second chances… The Beginning of the World in the Middle of the Night is an enchanting and illuminating collection of modern fairy tales by bestselling author Jen Campbell… Mikael Lindnord’s Arthur & Friends is the sequel to the Sunday Times bestseller Arthur, proving that a dog really is man’s best friend…

VOICESCan You Hear Me?, Elena Varvello’s first novel to be translated in English, is the unputdownable account of a father’s descent into paranoia, told by his 16-year-old son… The Four Tendencies is Gretchen Rubin’s new book expanding on the personality framework she established in her bestseller Better Than BeforeBooks for Living is Will Schwalbe’s love letter to reading and the influence of books on our everyday lives…

PLACES… David Attenborough’s early adventures around the globe in Adventures of a Young NaturalistThe Lost Daughter, the second volume in David Ashton’s Jean Brash series, taking us back to the dark and dangerous streets of Victorian Edinburgh…

LIVES… Meet Riad Sattouf, a young boy of French-Syrian descent in the bestselling series of graphic memoirs The Arab of the Future… Follow Helen Russell’s experiments as she tries to improve her life in Leap Year… Learn about the ‘gender wars’ and see one man’s extraordinary path towards becoming the woman she truly is in Juno Dawson’s powerful The Gender Games… And a special mention for legendary Clare Hollingworth – the first of the female war correspondents – who died earlier this year and whose extraordinary biography Of Fortunes and War we are proud to publish.

Every book we publish is one we want to press into readers’ hands and say, ‘You must read this!’ We hope you feel the same.

Lisa Highton, Publisher  * Kate Hewson, Senior Commissioning Editor * Kat Burdon, Editorial Assistant








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