18 Oct

Shami Chakrabarti at Cheltenham Literature Festival

BookLife The Director of Liberty tells Cheltenham why our human rights should not be cast aside...
17 Oct

John Lydon at Cheltenham Literature Festival

BookLife Th fractured and foul-mouthed prophet kept his Cheltenham audience rapt
17 Oct

A Q&A with the author of Barcelona Shadows, Marc Pastor

BookNoir 1. Barcelona Shadows is based on a true story – what was it about the ...
17 Oct

The Narrow Road to the Deep North, by Richard Flanagan

BookHugger A deserved winner of the Man Booker Prize 2014
09 Oct

Win a copy of Raising Steam, by Terry Pratchett!

BookGeek We have 5 copies for 5 lucky winners! To the consternation of the patrician, Lord Vetinari, a ......
09 Oct

Win copies of The Love Song of Miss Queenie Hennessy, by Rachel Joyce!

BookHugger We have 3 copies for 3 lucky winners! When Queenie Hennessy discovers that Harold Fry ......
08 Oct

Win 1 of 3 copies of Natchez Burning, by Greg Iles

BookNoir THE SINS OF THE PAST NEVER DIE… Raised in Natchez, Mississippi, former prosecuting attorney Penn ......
08 Oct

Read an extract from Barcelona Shadows, by Marc Pastor

BookNoir CSI meets Jack the Ripper in early-twentieth century Barcelona. On the grime-infested backstreets of Barcelona, ......
07 Oct

Win 1 of 3 copies of Treachery, by S.J. Parris

BookNoir August, 1585: Elizabeth’s England is on the brink of war Sir Francis Drake is preparing ......
07 Oct

Win tickets to a special screening of The Fault In Our Stars!

BookHugger The wait is almost over. Download The Fault In Our Stars this Monday in Sky ...
03 Oct

The Poetic Edda, translated by Carolyne Larrington

BookLife The Poetic Edda is a collection of Norse-Icelandic mythological and heroic poetry, which has inspired so much of the lit...
03 Oct

Dwarf’s Blood, As Far As Jane’s Grandmother’s and The Seraphim Room, by Edith Olivier

BookHugger Bello have recently reissued a lot of Edith Olivier's work, from her autobiographical and non-fiction accounts, to the f...
02 Oct

Country Moods and Tenses, by Edith Olivier

BookHugger Country Moods and Tenses is both quaint and charming.
01 Oct

An Interview with Jim’ll Paint It

BookChap Internet sensation Jim'll Paint It drops by to talk murdering Hyacinth Bucket, winning praise from Brian Blessed, and t...
01 Oct

Graeme Simsion on The Rosie Effect

BookLife Graeme Simsion tells us more about The Rosie Effect, the eagerly anticipated sequel to The ......
30 Sep

The Last Dragon, by M.K Hume

BookChap The first book in the latest Arthurian series by Hume, which offers great characters, mystery, suspense and vivid battle...
30 Sep

Poetry of the First World War: An Anthology, edited by Tim Kendall

BookHugger Oxford World's Classics' beautifully produced Poetry of the First World War is one of the most important and far-reachin...
29 Sep

The Kill, by Jane Casey

BookNoir 'The Kill' shows us why Casey is at the front rank of police procedural writers
29 Sep

Without Knowing Mr Walkley, by Edith Olivier

BookHugger Without Knowing Mr Walkley is the autobiography of author Edith Olivier.
26 Sep

Night Thoughts of a Country Landlady, by Edith Olivier

BookDiva A lot of Olivier's work has sadly faded into obscurity, but much of her canon has thankfully been reissued by Bello this...
26 Sep

Lives of the Poets, by Michael Schmidt

BookLife 'Amusing, contentious, authoritative and accessible... the most comprehensive one-volume history of poetry in print from...