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Sprout’s Bookclub turns 100

This weekend, the Waterstones weekly comic strip celebrates the one hundredth appearance of Sprout and her bookclub, created by illustrator Nye Wright. In her short life, Sprout has shielded her eyes as Stephanie […] Read More

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The Best of Benn

Tony Benn was one of the twentieth century’s most charismatic politicians. The Best of Benn, edited by Ruth Winstone is a collection of letters, diaries, speeches and other writings that showcase his powers […] Read More

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Jeeves at the Waterstones Sleepover

It’s many a book lovers dream to be secretly locked in a bookshop over night, a comfy leather armchair to sit in, a coffee machine at one’s disposal and free […] Read More

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Playing Big Bookseller offer

Bookseller readers can buy Playing Big by Tara Mohr for the discount price of £13.00 (RRP £16.99) including free p&p (UK only). Please call 01206 255 800 and quote the […] Read More

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The most forensically acute of observers

As the sole UK hardback publisher of Stanley Middleton across his illustrious 44 book career, it’s a thrill and a pleasure to be able to republish his work this month. […] Read More

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James Ellroy talks to us about Perfidia

It is December 6 1941. America stands at the brink of World War II. Last hopes for peace are shattered when Japanese squadrons bomb Pearl Harbor. Los Angeles has been […] Read More

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Enter the #GirlsFrom competition

Today is International Friendship Day and there’s no better time to launch our #GirlsFrom competition to celebrate friendship and the brilliant forthcoming debut novel The Girls From Corona del Mar […] Read More

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Celebrating John Niven

It’s John Niven week! Tomorrow sees the publication of Straight White Male, John’s latest novel, and we’ve reissued his three other blinders of novels. To celebrate we’ll be sharing content here […] Read More

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