Busting the Ripper: Bruce Robinson on ‘They All Love Jack’

A book like no other, They All Love Jack is the tale of a gripping quest to discover the identity of history’s most notorious murderer, Jack the Ripper. Here the author, the legendary writer and director Bruce Robinson, discusses his book. the Ripper and the excesses of Victorian London at Shakespeare and Co. bookstore in Paris.

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‘The American Dream comes at a high price’ – Imbolo Mbue on ‘Behold the Dreamers’

A powerful and timely story of marriage, class, race and the pursuit of the American Dream. Behold the Dreamers is a dazzling debut novel about life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness – and of what we’re prepared to sacrifice to hold on to them. Here Imbolo Mbue discusses her own first impressions of America, and how this influenced her novel.

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Goodly and Grave: Justine Windsor is on the case with an exciting debut whodunnit series

HarperCollins is thrilled to welcome debut author Justine Windsor to its stellar fiction list with a unique three-book series entitled Goodly and Grave. Aimed at a middle grade audience, the first novel Goodly and Grave in a Bad Case of Kidnap will publish in paperback original in March 2017, with the second and third titles following in July 2017 and June 2018 respectively.

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Christian O’Connell on his debut children’s book ‘Radio Boy’

From leading breakfast radio star Christian O’Connell comes Radio Boy, a brilliant and laugh-out-loud story of an ordinary boy with an extraordinary secret radio show (broadcast from his shed). Here the author joins us from his radio studio to tell us about his hilarious new book.

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Nominations announced for the 2017 Carnegie and Kate Greenaway Medals

HarperCollins today sees eight of our authors and illustrators nominated for the highly prestigious CILIP Carnegie and Kate Greenaway 2016 Medals – the oldest award and accolade in Children’s literature. The Carnegie Medal is awarded by children’s librarians across the UK for an outstanding book for young children and young people; the Kate Greenaway medal is awarded to an outstanding illustrator. Previous winners include: Terry Pratchett, Patrick Ness and Sharon Creech.

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