'It’s a fascinating saga of a troubled life' Absolutely London Magazine reviews Mother Anguish by Basia Briggs. You can read the full review here and get your copy of the book here today.
‘Naim Attallah paid tribute to his author: ‘What Desmond has achieved is certainly the envy of many of us and is likely to dwarf anything we aspire to.
He had a mischievous sense of humour, asking Lord Archer in an Old Bailey lift whether the
We were very sad to hear about the death of our author Sir Desmond De Silva. Our Chairman Naim Attallah has written a fantastic piece about him on his blog which you can read here. You can get your copy of Madam, Where Are Your Mangoes? by Sir Desmond De Silva here.
'Oxenberg clearly learns about herself in this memoir and her frankness makes this an engaging read. Oxenberg doesn’t shy away from the ‘horrible history’; murder, brigands, slaughter of the Ottomans, assassination plots and intrigues. Oxenberg has a sharp eye and a keen wit. This mem
Paola Diana speaks to the Telegraph about her company Nanny & Butler. We published her title Saving the World by Paola Diana. You can get a copy here.
Christina talks about Dynasty to Hugo Vickers and the Oxford Literary Festival. Get your copy of Dynasty here today.
'Heavy Years is Augustus Young’s most recent volume of autofiction, or fictionalised memoir, following from his highly praised Light Years and the more recent Brazilian Tequila. In this book, the unnamed narrator is a medical graduate, not quite a doctor, from Cork who moves to London
'So be free, be bold, be whatever you want to be and not what anyone expects you to be. That’s my advice. That’s the power of NO.' Paola is interviewed in SLOAN! magazine. Read the full interview here.
Oggy Boytchev will be speaking at Belsize Community Library on Thursday 17th May at 7.30pm. You can get your copy of The Unbeliever here.