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• A Sunday Times and New York Times bestseller • Published in over 45 different languages and in more than 80 countries • With over 110 million copies in print, he is one of the world’s favourite storytellers • Over 3 million ebooks sold worldwide

‘Baldacci is still peerless’ Sunday Times @davidbaldacci

The Hit 978-1-4472-2990-2 | April £12.99 | Trade Paperback 978-1-4472-3114-1 | October £6.99 | A-Format Paperback

The Forgotten 978-1-4472-3108-0 | May £6.99 | A-Format Paperback

Untitled King & Maxwell 978-1-4472-2991-9 | November £12.99 | Trade Paperback



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GIANTS Vicious Circle Wilbur Smith 978-0-230-75762-2 | October £20.00 | Hardback

• The rip roaring sequel to contemporary thriller Those in Peril • Wilbur Smith is a global no.1 bestseller translated into 26 languages worldwide

978-0-230-76055-4 | June £12.99 | Trade Paperback

• Roy Grace’s latest case takes him across Europe from 2013 Spain to the 1920s gangs of New York – the most global story yet!

‘Those in Peril is the thriller of the year’ Daily Express

• Peter James is translated into more than 35 languages, with worldwide sales of more than 13 million copies

W is for… Sue Grafton

Identical Scott Turow

978-0-230-76915-1 | September £12.99 | Trade Paperback

978-1-4472-4482-0 | October £12.99 | Trade Paperback

• Sue Grafton is a consistent New York Times no.1 bestseller

• A gripping masterpiece of dark family rivalries, shadowy politics and hidden secrets from the bestselling author of Presumed Innocent

• The latest gripping Kinsey Millhone mystery from the Crime Writers’ Association Cartier Diamond Dagger winner • Fully rejacketed backlist available

© Laurie Roberts

Dead Man’s Time Peter James

• The Slap meets Jonathan Franzen in this gripping thriller • Rejacketed backlist and ebooks coming in 2014 ‘Superb writing . . . An intelligent and superior page-turning read’ The Times on Presumed Innocent



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GIANTS Winter of the World Ken Follett

The Secret Keeper Kate Morton

978-1-4472-3113-4 | 30th July £6.99 | A-Format Paperback

978-1-4472-3107-3 | May £6.99 | A-Format Paperback

• The second book in the Century trilogy following the international bestseller Fall of Giants

• Kate Morton has sold over 7 million copies of her 3 books in 26 languages and across 38 countries

• A magnificent, spellbinding epic of global conflict and personal drama • Over 500,000 copies of Fall of Giants sold worldwide

• Shifting between 1930, 1960s and the present, The Secret Keeper is a spellbinding story of mysteries and secrets, theatre and thievery, murder and enduring love ‘The story unfurls with a beguiling sweetness, but there’s a real sting to this tale, too’ Marie Claire Good Book Club choice

Best Kept Secret Jeffrey Archer

Dominion C. J. Sansom

978-1-4472-3110-3 | September £6.99 | A-Format Paperback

978-1-4472-3111-0 | July £6.99 | A-Format Paperback

• The latest in the captivating Clifton Chronicles series from the master storyteller

• A gripping stand-alone thriller from the global bestselling author of Winter in Madrid and the Shardlake series

• HB sales have grown from Only Time Will Tell to Sins of the Father ‘Cunning plots, silken style . . . Archer plays a catand-mouse game with the reader’ New York Times on Sins of the Father

• At once a vivid, haunting reimagining of 1950s Britain; a gripping, humane spy thriller and a poignant love story ‘Both as a historical novel and a thriller, Dominion is absorbing, mordant and written with a passionate persuasiveness . . . Bravo!’ Independent on Sunday



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Never Screw Up Jens Lapidus

The Still of the Night Lucinda Riley

978-0-230-76734-8 | June £12.99 | Trade Paperback

978-1-4472-3098-4 | August £12.99 | Trade Paperback

• The second in Jens Lapidus’ international bestselling Stockholm Trilogy is a dark and brutal account of the city’s underworld

• An epic family drama spanning pre-war India to the Jazz Age of post-war England

• The Swedish film based on Easy Money is the biggest grossing film in Swedish history

• Lucinda Riley is published in 26 countries and a bestseller in Germany, the Netherlands, Norway and Brazil

The Strangler’s Honeymoon Håkan Nesser

Odysseus: The Oath Valerio Massimo Manfredi

978-0-230-76901-4 | September £12.99 | Trade Paperback

978-0-230-76934-2 | September £12.99 | Trade Paperback

• Håkan Nesser is published in more than 25 countries and has sold over 10 million copies worldwide

• The first title in an epic historical thriller series from the bestselling writer of the Alexander Trilogy (translated into 34 languages and sold in 55 countries) and The Last Legion

‘In the front rank of Swedish crime writers’ The Times

• Perfect for fans of Conn Iggulden and Bernard Cornwell

The Sleep Room F. R. Tallis

The Treasure Hunt Andrea Camilleri

The Edge of Normal Carla Norton

978-1-4472-0499-2 | July £7.99 | B-Format Paperback

978-1-4472-2994-0 | September £10.99 | Trade Paperback

978-1-4472-3803-4 | October £12.99 | Trade Paperback

• A gripping contemporary psychological horror novel for fans of James Herbert

• Inspector Montalbano returns for his sixteenth mystery

• A haunting psychological thriller about a serial abductor, with the impact of a modern day Silence of the Lambs

• F. R. Tallis has been shortlisted for numerous awards, including the New London Writers’ Award, the Ellis Peters Historical Dagger, the Elle Prix de Letrice, and an Edgar

• 2013 is the year of Montalbano with an exciting rebranding taking place following the highly successful BBC TV series

• Perfect for fans of Jeffery Deaver, Kathy Reichs and Patricia Cornwell

Total War Rome: Destroy Carthage David Gibbins 978-0-230-77096-6 | October £12.99 | Trade Paperback

• Based on the highly popular games which sell more than 12 million copies worldwide, with a new game to come in October 2013 • David Gibbins is the international bestselling author of 7 historical adventure novels



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Calling Me Home Julie Kibler 978-1-4472-12560 | June £7.99 | B-Format Paperback

• A moving tale of forbidden love in segregated 1930s Kentucky • Driving Miss Daisy meets The Help with rights sold in more than 14 countries

The Necessary Death of Lewis Winter Malcolm Mackay 978-1-4472-12751 | June £7.99 | B-Format Paperback

• A gripping and arresting novel of dark relationships and even darker moralities for fans of Dennis Lehane

The Jackal’s Share Chris Morgan Jones

The Keystone A. M. Dean

978-0-330-53255-6 | August £7.99 | B-Format Paperback

978-1-4472-0952-2 | August £7.99 | B-Format Paperback

• A breathless journey of intrigue and deceit which will take readers from London to Marrakech, Italy and Dubai

• Set in London, Chicago and Egypt, this is a thrilling story about an ancient artefact with dangerous potential which threatens to fall into the wrong hands

• Perfect for fans of John Le Carré

‘A rousing debut about forbidden love and unexpected friendships over the span of six decades’ Publishers’ Weekly

‘This is a book that it would be hard not to finish in one sitting . . . a wholly believable and unnerving portrait of organised crime’ Observer

‘The best debut spy adventure I’ve read in a long time’ The Times on Agent of Deceit

Almost English Charlotte Mendelson

The Last Refuge Ben Coes

Dead Water Ann Cleeves

The Weeping Girl Håkan Nesser

978-1-4472-2993-3 | August £12.99 | Trade Paperback

978-1-4472-0880-8 | August £7.99 | B-Format Paperback

978-1-4472-0208-0 | September £7.99 | B-Format Paperback

978-1-4472-1658-2 | September £7.99 | B-Format Paperback

• The extraordinary new novel from the Orange Prize shortlisted author of When We Were Bad

• A fast-paced political thriller for fans of Vince Flynn and Matt Reilly

• The fifth book in the Shetland series, which is being turned into a BBC TV drama

• A dark family mystery from the master of Scandinavian crime

‘Envision Clancy, Forsyth, and le Carré all writing in their prime . . . then kick in the boosters!’ New York Times bestselling author Brad Thor

• Over 1 million copies of Ann’s books have been sold worldwide and she is translated into over 20 languages

• A moving and achingly funny tale of love across the generations reminiscent of A Short History of Tractors in Ukrainian

• Perfect for fans of Dan Brown

‘The Swedish novelist Håkan Nesser is in another league, exhibiting a skill and consistency rare in crime fiction’ Sunday Times



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Snow White Must Die Nele Neuhaus

Nano Robin Cook

978-1-4472-4968-9 | October £6.99 | A-Format Paperback

978-1-4472-2988-9 | October £7.99 | B-Format Paperback

• Nele Neuhaus is published in more than 15 countries and has over 3.5 million books in print

• The latest medical thriller from the New York Times bestseller

• A universal story about revenge, outsiders and the power of gossip and conjecture in a small town – perfect for fans of Stieg Larsson

How a Gunman Says Goodbye Malcolm Mackay 978-1-4472-1276-8 | November £7.99 | B-Format Paperback

• Malcolm Mackay’s second novel plunges the reader back into a dark and all too vivid criminal underworld ‘It is brutal, witty and well-written. Malcolm Mackay has produced a brilliant debut’ Sunday Telegraph on The Necessary Death of Lewis Winter

• Robin Cook has sold over 100 million copies worldwide

The Dance of the Seagull Andrea Camilleri

Christmas at Claridge’s Karen Swan

978-1-4472-2872-1 | October £7.99 | B-Format Paperback

978-1-4472-1969-9 | November £6.99 | B-Format Paperback

• Over 65 million books sold in more than 31 countries

• Karen’s third novel, Christmas at Tiffany’s was a Sunday Times Top Ten Bestseller with 70,000 copies sold in the UK alone

‘This series is every bit as good as the Swedish classics’ Guardian

‘Charming, well-crafted tale of love, loss and reinvention’ Marie Claire on Christmas at Tiffany’s

The Killing II David Hewson

Her Last Breath Linda Castillo

Vengeance Benjamin Black

978-1-4472-0842-6 | December £7.99 | B-Format Paperback

978-1-4472-0216-5 | December £7.99 | B-Format Paperback

978-0-330-54582-2 | May £7.99 | B-Format Paperback

• The second novel based on the cult BAFTA award-winning Danish TV series

• The latest Amish mystery from the Daphne du Maurier award winner

• Booker prize-winning author John Banville, writing as Benjamin Black

‘David Hewson has taken what was television gold and turned it into literary gold’ Daily Telegraph

• For fans of Karin Slaughter and P. J. Tracy

• The latest gripping mystery in the Quirke series, which is being turned into a BBC drama starring Gabriel Byrne



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Southern Cross the Dog Bill Cheng 978-1-4472-2500-3 | May £12.99 | Trade Paperback

• An epic, sweeping novel following on from the American greats such as Cormac McCarthy and Flannery O’Connor

The Counselor Cormac McCarthy

Burial Rites Hannah Kent

Tigers in Red Weather Liza Klaussmann

978-1-4472-2763-2 | July £14.99 | Hardback

978-1-4472-3565-1 | August £12.99 | Trade Paperback

978-1-4472-3106-6 | May £6.99 | A-Format Paperback

Film tie-in edition: 978-1-4472-2764-9 | October £8.99 | B-Format Paperback

• The most exciting literary debut of the year, acquired in a hotly-contested auction

• The 2012 Sunday Times Top Ten Bestseller and Amazon Rising Stars winner now in paperback

• Based on the true story of the last woman to be beheaded in Iceland in 1829, Burial Rites is at once a thrilling page turner and stunning literary novel with evocative descriptions of time and place

‘Anybody who enjoys Mad Men will almost certainly like this book . . . heady, page-turning stuff ’ Sunday Times

Bridget Jones: The Singleton Years Helen Fielding

How To Be A Good Wife Emma Chapman

978-1-4472-4302-1 | July £9.99 | B-Format Paperback

978-1-4472-1619-3 | August £7.99 | B-Format Paperback

• Helen Fielding’s international bestsellers Bridget Jones’s Diary and Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason now in one volume

• A mesmerising debut from an immensely accomplished new voice

• Cormac McCarthy’s first feature-length screen play

• As the Great Flood of 1927 bursts the levees of Mississippi and sweeps away rural homes, 8-year-old Robert Chatham is separated from his parents and his friends, Dora and GD

• Film directed by Ridley Scott and starring Brad Pitt, Javier Bardem, Penelope Cruz, Michael Fassbender and Cameron Diaz comes out later this year

Frog Music Emma Donoghue

Astray Emma Donoghue

978-1-4472-4977-1 | TBC £12.99 | Trade Paperback

978-1-4472-0950-8 | May £7.99 | B-Format Paperback

• The superb new novel from million copy bestseller Emma Donoghue

• A superb sequence of fourteen stories by the prize-winning author of Room – including Sunday Times Short Story Award nominee ‘The Hunt’

• Sarah Waters meets The Night Circus in this captivating and evocative tale set in 1870s San Francisco

‘Superb . . . read this book. It is a gem’ Sunday Times

• Perfect for fans of S. J. Watson, Rosamund Lupton and Zoë Heller 9


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A Fort of Nine Towers Qais Akbar Omar

Predatory Thinking Dave Trott

978-1-4472-2982-7 | April £13.99 | Trade Paperback

978-0-230-77066-9 | May £9.99 | Hardback

• With all the emotional power of The Kite Runner this is the very first true life account of growing up in Afghanistan, by a writer who still lives in Kabul

• Powerful, smart little ideas for how to out-smart the other guy from one of the true greats of the advertising world

• A personal history as beautiful and inspiring as The Hare with Amber Eyes

‘Dave Trott is not only a brilliant advertising copywriter, but a great team leader . . . Genius’ Sunday Times

Confessions of a Sociopath M. E. Thomas 978-0-283-07189-8 | May £12.99 | Trade Paperback

• Confessions of a Sociopath is a gripping insight into the mind of a self-declared sociopath who vividly tells her own story, while also drawing on the latest research to explain why up to one in 25 of us could be sociopaths • Perfect for fans of The Psychopath Test

Courtney Love Courtney Love 978-0-230-77063-8 | September £13.99 | Trade Paperback

• A brutally honest, funny and insightful memoir from the provocative rock icon – certain to be one of the most talked about biographies of the year • Love is a multi-platinum selling rock musician and founder of Hole, as well as a Golden Globe nominated actress

Life Lessons series The School of Life September | £6.99 | A-Format Paperback

Life Lessons from Bergson 978-1-4472-4561-2

Life Lessons from Byron 978-1-4472-4574-2

Life Lessons from Freud 978-1-4472-4563-6

Life Lessons from Hobbes 978-1-4472-4562-9

Danubia Simon Winder 978-1-4472-2977-3 | September £13.99 | Trade Paperback

• A fun and informative history of an empire that was once the greatest power in Europe • From the author of Sunday Times bestseller Germania

Life Lessons from Kierkegaard 978-1-4472-4564-3

Life Lessons from Nietzsche 978-1-4472-4560-5

• Essential life lessons from the world’s greatest thinkers ‘The School of Life offers radical ways to help us raid the treasure trove of human knowledge’ Independent on Sunday

Escape from Camp 14 Blaine Harden 978-0-330-51954-0 | April £8.99 | B-Format Paperback

• The international bestseller, now updated with new content in paperback ‘This is a story unlike any other’ Barbara Demick ‘A valuable read that casts a welcome spotlight on the most despicable regime on the planet’ Financial Times



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The Ancient Paths Graham Robb

Hatchet Job Mark Kermode

Former People Douglas Smith

Into the Abyss Carol Shaben

978-1-4472-2976-6 | October £13.99 | Trade Paperback

978-1-4472-3585-9 | October £12.99 | Trade Paperback

978-0-330-52029-4 | May £8.99 | B-Format Paperback

978-1-4472-0779-5 | June £8.99 | B-Format Paperback

• Graham has made a discovery that will change everything we ever thought about Europe before the Romans

• A hilarious and opinionated look at the future of the critic from the UK’s foremost film critic

• The last great untold story of the Russian Revolution – Former People is the first book to recount the history of the nobility caught up in the Bolshevik Revolution

• The astonishing true life adventure story of a plane crash in the wilds of northern Canada, and the four men who survived to tell the tale

• A fascinating and fun journey across Western Europe in Celtic times from the author of Parisians and The Discovery of France

More Sh*t My Dad Says Justin Halpern 978-1-4472-3684-9 | July £8.99 | B-Format Paperback

• The sequel to the million-selling international hit Sh*t My Dad Says which topped the New York Times bestseller list! ‘Straight up hilarious, dry and wry and full of vim’ Sunday Times Culture magazine on Sh*t My Dad Says

• 1 in 4 downloads from the BBC website are of Mark Kermode podcasts

• Into the Wild meets Alive!

‘Brilliant . . . Smith masterfully conveys the terrifying isolation of the nobles’ Evening Standard

Tudors Peter Ackroyd

Hallucinations Oliver Sacks

Killing Kennedy Bill O’Reilly

978-1-4472-3681-8 | July £9.99 | B-Format Paperback

978-1-4472-0826-6 | August £9.99 | B-Format Paperback

978-1-4472-3679-5 | August £8.99 | B-Format Paperback

• The second volume of the masterful History of England from the bestselling biographer and novelist

• A provocative investigation into hallucinations from the bestselling author of Musicophilia and The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat

• The sequel to the million-selling Killing Lincoln and a thrilling new history of the assassination of JFK

‘Superbly accessible and readable’ Financial Times

‘I would say that Hallucinations is really the keystone of the amazing edifice that is this remarkable thinker’s oeuvre’ Guardian

• Certain to be one of the most talked about books of the year – Bill O’Reilly is the anchor of The O’Reilly Factor, the highest-rated cable news show in America



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Reviver Seth Patrick

War Master’s Gate Adrian Tchaikovsky

Jupiter War Neal Asher

978-0-230-76894-9 | July £12.99 | Trade Paperback

978-0-230-75701-1 | August £12.99 | Trade Paperback

978-0-230-75227-6 | September £12.99 | Trade Paperback

• Tor’s thrilling answer to Justin Cronin’s The Passage

• 9th in the Shadows of the Apt series

• Perfect for crime/thriller fans with film rights already acquired by the company behind The Dark Knight Rises and Inception

‘Reminiscent of much that’s gone before from the likes of Gemmell, Erikson, Sanderson and Cook but with its own unique and clever touch’ Sci-Fi-London

• The stunning conclusion to this high-octane space opera series following on from The Departure and Zero Point

Drakenfeld Mark Charan Newton 978-0-230-76895-6 | October £12.99 | Trade Paperback

• The first in a brilliant new fantasy series set in the Byzantine Empire

‘Like a turbo-charged mix of Total Recall and The Bourne Identity . . . plenty of thrills’ SFX

• For fans of Joe Abercrombie, Mark Lawrence and Douglas Hulick

Exit Kingdom Alden Bell

Fiddlehead Cherie Priest

978-1-4472-1915-6 | August £7.99 | B-Format Paperback

978-1-4472-2558-4 | November £7.99 | B-Format Paperback

• For fans of Cormac McCarthy’s The Road, Justin Cronin’s The Passage and I Am Legend by Richard Matheson

• Boneshaker was awarded the prestigious Locus Award and nominated for both the Hugo and Nebula prizes

‘An intimate story, in an epic wasteland’ Russell T. Davies on The Reapers Are The Angels

• Cherie Priest is a highly popular fantasy writer known as the ‘high priestess of steampunk’ (Seattle Times)


Stormdancer Jay Kristoff

London Falling Paul Cornell

978-1-4472-0049-9 | June £7.99 | B-Format Paperback

978-0-330-52809-2 | July £7.99 | B-Format Paperback

• A debut dystopian steampunk fantasy set against the backdrop of feudal Japan

• Paul Cornell is best known for his New York Times bestselling graphic novels and Doctor Who scriptwriting – he has over 17,000 Twitter followers!

‘Rocketing action, eccentric and convincing characters … I’ll be waiting for more from Mr Kristoff ’ K. W. Jeter

‘He’s gone and written a novel too! I suspect it will be just as good as everything else he’s written, and that’s not fair at all’ George R. R. Martin



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Lost Worlds Andrew Lane

Tidal Amanda Hocking

Abandon Awaken Meg Cabot

Gloss Marilyn Kaye

978-1-4472-2799-1 | May £5.99 | B-Format Paperback

978-1-4472-0574-6 | June £7.99 | B-Format Paperback

978-0-330-45389-9 | May £9.99 | Trade Paperback

978-1-4472-2397-9 | June £6.99 | B-Format Paperback

• The third book in this dark and dangerously seductive trilogy from bestselling teen author Meg Cabot

• A brand new series perfect for fans of Gossip Girl, The Devil Wears Prada, Ugly Betty and The Carrie Diaries

• 15 million Meg Cabot books sold around the world

• Four girls are living out their wildest dreams during one steamy New York summer of fashion, romance, secrets and glamour

Young, Gifted and Dead Lucy Carver

Goddess Josephine Angelini

• First in an exciting new adventure series from the author of Young Sherlock Holmes – think Jurassic Park meets Mission: Impossible • Perfect for fans of Charlie Higson, Michael Grant and Eoin Colfer

Elegy 978-1-4472-0575-3 | August £7.99 | B-Format Paperback

• Third in the Watersong series from the New York Times bestseller Amanda Hocking • Over 1.5 million Trylle trilogy ebooks sold worldwide

• Watch out for Young Sherlock 6 coming September 2013

Briar Rose Jana Oliver

Goth Girl Chris Riddell

978-1-4472-4109-6 | September £7.99 | B-Format Paperback

978-0-230-75980-0 | September £9.99 | Hardback

• A dark and sexy reimagining of the Sleeping Beauty fairytale

• A fabulously dark and fun new book from the award-winning author and illustrator of the Ottoline books

• From the author of The Demon Trappers which was one of the top-selling YA debuts of 2011

• Over 100,000 copies sold worldwide of Ottoline in hardback

978-1-4472-3576-7 | October £7.99 | B-Format Paperback

• The Gallagher Girls meets Mean Girls in this dark thriller full of twists • The start of a hot new series set in a glamorous English boarding school with a murder mystery lurking below the respectable surface

978-0-330-52976-1 | June £6.99 | B-Format Paperback

• The third and final book in the internationally bestselling Starcrossed series • The first title – Starcrossed – was the bestselling YA debut of 2011



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Soul Seekers: Mystic Alyson Noël

Home Sweet Horror (Scary Tales 1) James Preller & Iacopo Bruno

The Mortal Instruments Companion Lois H. Gresh

Sugarlump and the Unicorn Julia Donaldson & Lydia Monks

978-1-4472-4683-1 | October £4.99 | B-Format Paperback

978-1-4472-4577-3 | June £6.99 | B-Format Paperback

978-0-230-76988-5 | September £10.99 | Hardback

• The start of a spooky new series packed with spine-tingling illustrations and stories that will chill your blood

• The first companion guide to the blockbuster bestselling Mortal Instruments series – soon to be a major motion picture

• From the bestselling author and illustrator pairing behind What The Ladybird Heard which has now sold over 1 million copies worldwide

• Goosebumps for the younger generation

• Lois H. Gresh is the New York Times bestselling author of The Twilight Companion and The Hunger Games Companion

• In 2012 Julia Donaldson was the No.1 bestselling children’s author and No. 3 bestselling author overall in the UK

The Singing Mermaid Julia Donaldson & Lydia Monks

The Paper Dolls Julia Donaldson & Rebecca Cobb

978-1-4472-1085-6 | April £6.99 | Paperback

978-1-4472-2014-5 | June £6.99 | Paperback

Wake Up Do, Lydia Lou! Julia Donaldson & Karen George

The Gruffalo’s Child Soundbook Julia Donaldson & Axel Scheffler

• Rhythmic, lyrical verse bursting with classic Donaldson appeal

• A string of paper dolls go on a fantastical adventure through the house and out into the garden

978-1-4472-0957-7 | June £6.99 | Paperback

978-0-230-75745-5 | September £12.99 | Hardback

• A wonderfully fun and lyrical bedtime text from the worldrenowned Julia Donaldson

• The bestselling book with 10 accompanying sounds!

978-1-4472-0683-5 | July £6.99 | B-Format Paperback

Soul Seekers: Horizon 978-1-4472-0684-2 | October £6.99 | B-Format Paperback

• The third and fourth books in the Soul Seekers series from the bestselling author of The Immortals • Fated, the first book in the series, has sold over 50,000 copies


‘[A] tip-top adventurous ballad which will hold its readers captive’ Guardian

• Charming illustrations from an exciting new name who’s set to become a picture book star with not one, but two books on the long list for the 2012 CILIP Kate Greenaway Medal

• Karen George’s warm and colourful illustrations bring the cast of animal characters to life

• Publishing ahead of the 10th anniversary of The Gruffalo’s Child in 2014



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The Gruffalo Sticker Activity Book Julia Donaldson & Axel Scheffler 978-0-230-77248-9 | September £7.99 | Paperback

• The biggest Gruffalo activity book yet! Hours and hours of quality activities and more stickers than ever before!

Little Mouse’s Big Book of Beasts Emily Gravett

The Crocodile Who Didn’t Like Water Gemma Merino

978-0-230-74538-4 | August £11.99 | Hardback

978-0-230-76586-3 | June £11.99 | Hardback

• Full of flaps, jokes and Emily Gravett’s trademark wit, with a brilliantly satisfying ending, this is a worthy successor to Little Mouse’s Big Book of Fears

978-1-4472-14717 | June £5.99 | Paperback

• A funny, unique and uplifting story from the 2011 winner of the Macmillan Prize for Children’s Illustration

Treetop Fairies: Fairy Pop-Up Ballet Tree Maggie Bateson & Louise Comfort 978-0-230-76030-1 | April £7.99 | Hardback

• From the creators of the bestselling ‘My Fairy’ carousel series, which together have sold over 1 million copies worldwide!

• A hilarious spin on the Ugly Duckling story

Benji Bear’s Busy Day Tor Freeman 978-0-230-76104-9 | May £9.99 | Hardback

• A fun and educational telling the time book with moving clock hands and flaps on every spread • Perfect for fans of Richard Scarry

Pop-up and Play Farm Maggie Bateson & Jannie Ho

Get into Art: People Susie Brooks

How the World Works Clive Gifford

978-0-7534-3577-9 | August £12.99 | Hardback

978-0-7534-3637-0 | October £14.99 | Hardback

• An amazing 3D pop-up farmyard with 15 press-out pieces and moving parts

• A gorgeous children’s activity series that explores the work of artists from Da Vinci to Munch while encouraging children to develop their own skills and techniques

• A great value, fully comprehensive encyclopaedia in which lavish, eye-catching design and illustration are paired with succinct, to-the-point text

• From the creator of the bestselling My Fairy Carousels

• Packed full of fun activities to do at home

978-0-230-76702-7 | May £14.99 | Hardback

• Covering everything from prehistoric life to cutting-edge technology



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The Ashford Affair (Intl Ed) Lauren Willig

Flat Water Tuesday (Intl Ed) Ron Irwin

The Third Kingdom (Intl Ed) Terry Goodkind

978-1-250-03598-1 | April $16.00 | C-Format

978-1-250-03598-1 | June $16.00 | C-Format

978-0-7653-7492-9 | August $18.00 | C-format

• A potent story that spans generations and continents, bringing an Out of Africa feel to a Downton Abbey cast of unforgettable characters. From the inner circles of WWI-era British society to the skyscrapers of Manhattan and the red hills of Kenya, the secrets of a woman and a family unfurl

• As much about the sport of rowing as it is a novel of finding oneself, not once, but again in mid-life; Flat Water Tuesday is a testament to the pride and passion of youth, and an ode to the journey of forgiveness

• Compelling, fast-moving, and intense, The Third Kingdom is a powerful tale that welcomes new readers to Terry Goodkind’s world, while opening up new vistas of world-building for longtime readers of the adventures of Richard Rahl and Kahlan Amnell

Mr. Penumbra’s 24-Hour Bookstore Robin Sloan

Paranoia (movie tie-in edition) Joseph Finder

Ender’s Game (movie tie-in edition) Orson Scott Card

978-1-250-03775-6 | October $15.00 | Trade Paperback

978-1-250-03528-8 | September $9.99 | MM Paperback

978-0-7653-7062-4 | September $7.99 | MM Paperback

‘A book about passion – for books, for history, for the future . . . There is nothing about Mr. Penumbra’s 24-Hour Bookstore that I didn’t love’ Cory Doctorow

• By the New York Times bestselling author of High Crimes, Paranoia is a Grisham-esque thriller set in a post-boom 21st century economy

• The beloved, bestselling science fiction classic Ender’s Game by Orson Scott Card comes to the screen at last in a major motion picture event in November 2013

•With irresistible brio and dazzling intelligence, Mr. Penumbra’s 24Hour Bookstore is exactly what it sounds like: an establishment you will never want to leave

• With his personal life in decay, a late twenty-something gets caught in one stupid act that spirals out of control threatening to ruin the lives of thousands

• Starring Hugo’s Asa Butterfield, Harrison Ford, and Ben Kingsley, the movie is sure to inspire a new audience of fans to read the book that started it all

Secrets from the Past (Intl Ed) Barbara Taylor Bradford 978-1-250-03955-2 | August $7.99 | MM Paperback

• Well-kept secrets, passionate love, obsession, betrayal, redemption, and the power of the past to control the future propel this new novel from the New York Times bestselling author Barbara Taylor Bradford

A Memory of Light Robert Jordan 978-0-7653-6488-3 | December $9.99 | MM Paperback

• Final book in The Wheel of Time – the 14th book in the series. The Wheel of Time® is an international bestselling series that has sold over 14 million copies in North America and over 30 million copies worldwide in 28 languages • The last six books in the series were no.1 New York Times bestsellers



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Thinking, Fast and Slow Daniel Kahneman 978-0-3745-3355-7 | April $16.00 | Trade Paperback

• Kahneman takes us on a groundbreaking tour of the mind and explains the two systems that drive the way we think. System 1 is fast, intuitive, and emotional; System 2 is slower, more deliberative, and more logical

Dogfight (Intl Ed) Fred Vogelstein 978-0-374-92168-2 | October $16.00 | C-format

• Behind the bitter rivalry between Apple and Google—and how it’s reshaping the way we think about technology. Dogfight reads like a novel: vivid nonfiction with neverbefore-heard details.This is more than a story about what devices will replace our phones and laptops. It’s about who will control the content on those devices and where that content will come from

What Money Can’t Buy Michael Sandel 978-0-3745-336-5 | April $15.00 | Trade Paperback

Killing Jesus Bill O’Reilly 978-0-8050-9854-9 | September $28.00 | Hardback

• The next installation in O’Reilly’s wildly successful series retelling the assassinations of history’s most famous individuals

How To Sweet-Talk A Shark (Intl Ed) Bill Richardson 978-1-6233-6191-4 | October $16.00 | C-Format

• Killing Jesus will take readers inside Jesus’s life, recounting the seismic political and historical events that made his death inevitable – and changed the world forever

• Bill Richardson, former U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. and 3-time Nobel Peace Prize nominee, tells what it’s like to negotiate with the world’s ‘crazy people,’ and how his lessons can help readers with the narcissists, sociopaths, and dictators in their lives

Perfectly Paleo Food Substitutions Kim Miller

Report from the Interior Paul Auster

Revealed (Intl Ed) P. C. Cast & Kristin Cast

978-1-6241-4014-3 | October $19.99 | Trade Paperback

978-0-8050-9857-0 | November $27.00 | Hardback

978-1-250-04156-2 | October $8.99 | Trade Paperback

• Kim Miller helps you stick to the Paleo Diet by providing creative ways to have the flavors you miss. With this guide, you’ll never have a problem whipping up something delicious and paleofriendly again, so you can live the healthy life that you deserve

• Having recalled his life through the story of his physical self in Winter Journal, internationally acclaimed novelist Paul Auster now remembers the experience of his development from within, through the experience of his inner life and encountering the outer world, from earliest childhood through the rather dramatic dawn of his adult self

• In the eleventh and penultimate installment of the series, the action is more intense and the stakes even higher as Zoey and her friends battle to protect their school and home from devastating evil – all while balancing romances, precarious friendships and the daily drama of the House of Night’s halls

• In What Money Can’t Buy, Sandel provokes a debate that’s been missing in our market-driven age: What is the proper role of markets in a democratic society, and how can we protect the moral and civic goods that markets do not honor and money cannot buy?



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978-1-4472-1880-7 | £11.99 Trade Paperback

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