In a sleepy French village, the body of a man shot through the head is disinterred by the roots of a fallen tree. A week later a famous art critic is viciously murdered in a nearby house. The deaths occurred more than seventy years apart.
Pungent, steamy, insatiable Soho; the only part of London that truly never sleeps. Tourists dawdling, chancers skulking, addicts shuffling, sex workers strutting, punters prowling, businessmen striding, the homeless and the lost. Down Wardour Street, ducking onto Dean Street, sweeping into L’Escargot, darting down quiet back alleyways, skirting dumpsters and drunks, emerging on to raucous main roads, fizzing with energy and riotous with life.
The brave and moving memoir by Long Lost Family presenter and Radio 5 breakfast show host Nicky Campbell reveals how the simple unconditional love of Maxwell, his Labrador, turned his life around and helped him come to terms with his difficult journey as an adopted child.
The Future Bookshelf is delighted to announce that it has paired nine writers with nine Hachette UK editors as part of its mentoring strand for 2021. The Future Bookshelf forms part of Hachette UK’s Changing […]
Hachette UK’s Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) network, THRIVE, will host a showcase event in collaboration with Spread the Word, London’s writer development agency, to introduce the first cohort of writers to graduate […]
Hachette UK has announced a new, three-year partnership with the National Literacy Trust where the two organisations will co-create programmes to help children, young people and adults in disadvantaged communities to develop life-changing literacy skills. […]