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Have a Classy Christmas
21 November, 2016
When looking for that special someone, we've put in the extra effort so you don't have to.
You want it - we've got it
15 November, 2016
From snowy dogs to chopping logs - we've got something for everyone this Christmas!
Quercus proudly announces our new imprint, riverrun
03 May, 2016
This week we celebrate the official launch of riverrun books, our brand new literary imprint. What better way to introduce you to this brilliant collection of titles, and to give you a flavour of what riverrun is all about than with a note from the head of the imprint, Jon Riley.
Discover the dark side of Bali
Mid-week reading treat
22 March, 2016
In our first mid-week reading treat of 2016, Kathryn Bonella lifts the lid on Bali's narcotics underworld.
WIN a signed copy of The World According to G and a signed 2015 Tour de France Race Number
26 October, 2015
My new book is all about my world of cycling - what I've experienced, what it means to me - but also what it means to be part of the brilliant cycling community. Here’s which sum it up for me and I want to see yours. Use the hashtag #AccordingtoG to share pictures / videos of what cycling means to you on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram by 8th November. My favourite will win a signed copy of The World According to G and a signed Tour de France race number. Good luck!
His ideas and inspirations behind Into A Raging Blaze
Q&A with Andreas Norman
04 March, 2015
Andreas Norman, born 1972 in Stockholm, is a Swedish former diplomat and acclaimed writer of the debut novel Into A Raging Blaze. This political thriller rocked Sweden upon release with its portrayal of the mass surveillance that anticipated Edward Snowden's revelations. The book was hailed as "a dazzling suspense novel" and Andreas Norman as the thriller debutant of the year in Sweden 2013
Rosanna Ley's top tips for fiction writing
13 February, 2015
Bestselling author Rosanna Ley offers her top tips for writers
Rosanna Ley on landscape and creativity
13 February, 2015
A wonderful blog piece from Rosanna Ley on the relationship between landscape and creativity
Big books for February
02 February, 2015
February is a month where everybody begins to feel the spring in their step return. You’ve battled through the long, cold and dark month of January and finally, extraordinarily slowly, you have made it into February, the shortest month of the year. To celebrate, and why shouldn’t you, why not pick up a new book? Trust us; it’s the best present you could get yourself or a loved one on the day-that-shall-not-be-named in February. We’ve rounded up some of our biggest February titles to give you some ideas.