25 Feb 2011
Little Victim by Harry Keeble and Kris Hollington and Cathy Glass’s Mummy Told Me Not To Tell remain in the paperback non-fiction list respectively at no 11 and no 20.
25 Feb 2011
Congratulations to Cathy Glass whose Damaged was no 3 and Saddest Girl no 14 in the Top 50 General Biography bestseller list last year.
20 Feb 2011John Bradley ,author of Inside Egypt published in 2008, has been touring television stations this week as his book predicted many of the events of the past month. His Fox TV appearance can be seen here.
15 Feb 2011
Congratulatons to Harry Keeble and Kris Hollington whose LIttle Victim is no 9 and Cathy Glass whose Mummy Told Me Not To Tell is no 19 in the paperback non-fiction list.
11 Feb 2011
Gurpareet Bains’s latest radio interview can be heard at
09 Feb 2011
Congratulations to Harry Keeble and Kris Hollington whose Little Victim, published this week, has gone straight in at no. 10 in the paperback non-fiction bestseller list.
09 Feb 2011
Congratulations to Peter Forbes whose popular science book Dazzled and Deceived has made the shortlist for the Warwick Prize. The prize event is March 22 at the Festival Hall and the winner receives £50,000. More information can be found at http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/cross_fac/prizeforwriting/archive/2011prize/shortlist/#camouflage The Warwick Prize for Writing was launched in 2008 and is an innovative literature prize that involves global competition, and crosses all disciplines. The Prize will be given every two years for an excellent and substantial piece of writing in the English language, in any genre or form, on a theme which will change with every award, this year’s theme being ‘colour’. The winner of the inaugural prize, announced in 2009 was Naomi Klein for The Shock Doctrine.
08 Feb 2011
Congratulations to Mike Perham who has been shortlisted for the Best New Writer at the National Sporting Club’s British Sports Book Awards which take place at the Cafe Royal on 9th May.
02 Feb 2011
Harry Keeble and Kris Hollington’s Little Victim , the real story of Britain’s vulnerable children and the people who rescue them, based on Harry Keeble’s time in the Met’s Hackney Child Protection Unit and sequel to Baby X is this week’s WH Smith non-fiction ‘Book of the Week’.