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Peter Ross shortlisted for the Orwell Prize

We are delighted to announce that Peter Ross, author of Daunderlust: Dispatches from unreported Scotland, has been shortlisted for The Orwell Prize in journalism. The Orwell Prize is Britain's most prestigious prize for political writing. Also shortlisted are: Rosie Blau, Martin Chulov, Rebecca...

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Thought provoking, gripping, unexpected

'Thought provoking ... gripping ... unexpected' Bob Cornwell has given Jorn Lier Horst's The Caveman this fabulous review in Euro Crime: 'Back at work after his brief suspension from duty in THE HUNTING DOGS, Horst's knockout 2013 Glass Key winner, Chief Inspector...

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Dark & relentless: We Love Books reviews The Zoo

James is struggling, both with the moral implications of working in corporate advertising and with the darker side of his fragile mental health. The story is split into two parts, hopping back and forth between James struggling to keep his addictions at bay while holding down a soulless...

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The FT loves The Cunning House

A mesmeric thriller and fascinating insight into a clandestine world that few of us know about The lists of historical crime fiction grow ever longer and something special is required to raise the book above the throng. The Cunning House is precisely that: a mesmeric thriller and fascinating...

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The Blind Man of Hoy

Red Szell's stirring account of his first blind ascent of Britain's northernmost and most challenging sea stack as The Blind Man of Hoy, will be launched at Daunt's Bookshop, High Street, Marylebone, London on Wednesday 15th April at 6.30 pm. Com and join us to hear more of how Red conceived of...

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