We are excited to announce that four of our books will be on the Sunday Times bestsellers’ lists this week:
Tom Holland’s epic history In The Shadow of the Sword will come in at #3 in hardback non-fiction. The Observer’s Anthony Sattin writes: ‘In the Shadow of the Sword is an ambitious and important book… his excellent book will be lauded, as it should be, for doing what the best sort of books can do – examining holy cows.’
S J Watson’s psychological thriller Before I Go to Sleep will be #8 in the paperback chart, and in its fourth month in the top ten. It remains the UK’s best-selling fiction paperback for 2012 to date.
Rachel Joyce’s debut literary novel The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry remains in the top ten, also at #8 in hardback fiction. It has now sold 18,000 copies worldwide, less than a month after publication.
An African Love Story, the memoir of conservationist Dame Daphne Sheldrick, will be at #7 in hardback non-fiction, its fourth week as a bestseller.
If you’d like to learn more about our other titles in the run up to the London Book Fair, you can now view our Rights Guide online, or contact our Foreign Rights team directly.