17 May 2017 - 10:05

Last night we celebrated all matters crime with HoZFest, a party in honour of our crime and thriller authors. 

The line up of suspects...

(left to right from the top)

Dan Groenewald, Mark Oldfield, J.S. Monroe, Clare Carson, Stefan Ahnhem, Sarah Flint, Lesley Thomson, Judith Murdoch, C.J. Box, Anthony J Quinn, Anthony Cheetham, J.S. Monroe, Adam LeBor, Amanda Ridout.

12 May 2017 - 11:05

Stefan Ahnhem will be visiting the UK next week so we asked him to talk to us about how his life has changed since he began writing crime.

11 May 2017 - 04:05

It was an afternoon in late August, and Daniel Ranscombe was travelling on the 4.49 train from Waterloo to Surrey. The train drew to a creaking halt just outside the sleepy village of Staplow, and settled with a hiss of steam into the summer silence. Dan gazed out of the window at a field of mournful-eyed cows twitching their tails at flies. Half-remembered lines of poetry from school slipped into his mind, something about a train stopped at a country station...

11 May 2017 - 03:05

The latest DCI Eve Clark novel, Day of the Dead is out this week so we caught up with Mark Roberts to pick his brain on everything crime. 

09 May 2017 - 07:05

We are thrilled to announce that Head of Zeus was named Independent Publisher of the Year at last night's British Book Awards, hosted by Lauren Laverne.

08 May 2017 - 10:05

Peter Oborne, author of The Rise of Political Lying and Not The Chilcot Report, analyses Trump's incendiary mendacity in all its bewildering guises, and shows how this fusion of entertainment and cunningly-crafted propaganda has destabilized the world's most powerful democracy.

05 May 2017 - 02:05

More and more we live lives that are hectic, stressful, and connected to the grid at all hours. We exhaust ourselves just to keep up with our own expectations. We compete over how busy and important and stressed we are. But it doesn’t have to be that way. The slow living lifestyle is increasingly gaining traction as more people choose to slow down, simplify and say no.

04 May 2017 - 10:05

A brilliant introdcution to Caesar's Footprints: Journeys to Roman Gaul. Filmed on location in Arles and Nimes, France.

04 May 2017 - 10:05

Last night Edward Snowden interviewed Cory Doctorow on his new novel, Walkaway, utopian disasters, and what the future holds. 

03 May 2017 - 11:05
Author of Scandinavians, Robert Ferguson, has lived in Norway for 30 years. He takes us on a tour of the region's musical heritage.
 
1. Not all Scandinavian musicians sing in English
 
02 May 2017 - 05:05

Matthew Harffy talks revenge, research and rock music ahead of the publication of The Serpent Sword on Thursday.

27 Apr 2017 - 03:04

Diney Costeloe's latest novel, The Married Girls, is out next week so we caught up with her on finding inspiration, writing historical fiction and a return to a familiar character.

26 Apr 2017 - 11:04
Imagine that Napoleon instead of Wellington had won the Battle of Waterloo, and that his ex-wife Empress Josephine is presiding over French-occupied England.  This is the premise behind a brilliant new historical novel from K J Whittaker.