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GIANTS Zero Day David Baldacci

Perfect People Peter James

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• A heart-pounding new thriller series from David Baldacci

• The double no.1 bestselling author Peter James presents a psychological standalone thriller that will delight and intrigue his fan base

• David Baldacci is a consistent Sunday Times Top Five bestseller and his book sales buck the trend in a depressed market

• Beating the likes of Grisham, Patterson and Deaver to the number one spot • Dead Man’s Grip was Peter’s biggest-selling hardback and spent 6 weeks in the top ten

V is for Vengeance Sue Grafton

The Innocent David Baldacci

978-0-230-75621-2 | TPB £11.99 | November

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• The latest unputdownable Kinsey Millhone mystery – The Sopranos meets The Thomas Crown Affair

• The new heart-racing thriller from the Number One international bestselling author

• Consistent New York Times Number One bestseller

• Freelance hitman, Will Robie, has a job from the US government. When he expertly nails his target – a suspected enemy of the country – he sees something on leaving the scene of crime which he suspects will have deadly consequences . . .

‘Lord, how I like this Kinsey Millhone . . . The best detective fiction I have read in years’ New York Times Book Review


978-0-230-76287-9 | TPB £12.99 | March

GIANTS Switched Amanda Hocking

Torn Amanda Hocking

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• Bought through an intense international auction

• The second novel in the Trylle trilogy

• The three novels – Switched, Torn and Ascend – follow an emotionally damaged high school girl, Wendy Everly, who realizes that she may not be human • The Trylle trilogy has already sold over 1.5 million copies in digital form • The Trylle trilogy is to be published in quick succession early 2012 to grow Amanda’s readership before the global publication of her entirely new Watersong series which will publish in the autumn

• Amanda Hocking is twenty-six years old, lives in Minnesota and had never sold a single book before 15 April 2010. She will shortly sell her millionth • Her books have been a self-publishing phenomenon – according to the Observer, Amanda is ‘the most spectacular example of an author striking gold through ebooks’

Ascend Amanda Hocking

The Sins of the Father Jeffrey Archer

978-1-4472-0571-5 | B format £7.99 | April

978-0-230-74823-1 | HB £18.99 | March

• The final chapter in the Trylle Trilogy . . . With a war looming on the horizon, Wendy’s fate seems sealed. But everything she sacrificed might be in vain if she can’t save the ones she loves. Her whole life has been leading up to this, and it’s all coming to an end

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• Film rights for the Trylle Trilogy have already been snapped up and the screenplay is being written by the writer of District 9

• Set during the Second World War and covering the period 1939 to 1959, this is a period that is hugely popular and will capture readers’ imaginations • Only Time Will Tell, the first novel in The Clifton Chronicles, was a Number One hardback bestseller and a top ten bestseller for 6 weeks


GIANTS The Language of Flowers Vanessa Diffenbaugh 978-1-4472-0882-2 | A format £6.99 | March

• The most talked-about book of 2011 will be the biggest paperback of 2012 • Already been a number one bestseller in Italy and a top ten bestseller in the UK ‘Enchanting, ennobling, and powerfully engaging, Diffenbaugh’s artfully accomplished debut novel lends poignant testimony to the multitude of mysteries held in the human heart’ Booklist ★★★★★

Those In Peril Wilbur Smith 978-1-4472-0883-9 | A format £6.99 | April Abridged CD 978-0-230-75406-5 Unabridged download 978-0-230-75408-9

• The Number One smash hit • A contemporary thriller featuring Somali pirates • Sold 200,000 copies in the UK alone


The Sixth Man David Baldacci 978-0-330-53543-4 | A format £6.99 | November Abridged CD 978-0-230-75414-0 Unabridged download 978-0-230-75416-4

• David Baldacci is the internationally acclaimed author of more than 20 bestselling novels. With his books published in at least 45 different languages, and with over 110 million copies in print, he is one of the world’s favourite storytellers ‘Baldacci admirers have come to expect an opening which takes you by the throat and that is what we get here . . . for pulse-racing excitement readers turn to Baldacci’ Daily Express

The Stranger’s Child Alan Hollinghurst 978-1-4472-0904-1 | A format £6.99 | April

• The paperback of the Sunday Times Number One bestseller • Shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize 2011 ‘With The Stranger’s Child, an already remarkable talent unfurls into something spectacular’ Sunday Times


The Unlucky Lottery Håkan Nesser

City of Hope Kate Kerrigan

Death Benefit Robin Cook

Carnival for the Dead David Hewson

978-0-230-75332-7 | TPB £11.99 | October

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• A dark and gripping medical thriller from the New York Times bestselling author

• The new standalone novel from the master of Italian crime, David Hewson

• His books have sold nearly 100 million copies worldwide

• Hewson’s Nic Costa mysteries have now been optioned for TV

• 5 million copies of Håkan Nesser’s books have been sold worldwide • Three-time winner of the Best Swedish Crime Novel award • Winner of the European Crime Fiction Star Award

978-0-330-51699-0 | B format £6.99 | April

• The sequel to the bestselling Ellis Island • Ellis Island sold over 50,000 copies

‘Hewson is a daunting talent’ Jeffery Deaver

• Beautifully conjures up the 1930s – both in New York as it struggles through the Great Depression and also rural Ireland

Coup d’Etat Ben Coes

Easy Money Jens Lapidus

The Playdate Louise Millar

The Child Who Simon Lelic

978-0-230-76370-8 | TPB £12.99 | January

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978-1-4472-0844-0 | TPB £12.99 | January

978-0-330-52274-8 | HB £12.99 | January

• A ripped-from-the-headlines novel featuring an indomitable protagonist, the unforgettable Dewey Andreas

• The most talked-about Swedish first novel in a decade and has sold over 1 million copies in Sweden alone

• You leave your kids with a friend. Everyone does it. Until the day it goes wrong

• From the prize-winning author of Rupture comes a novel of devastating power

‘Coes pumps new heat, blood, and flat-out action into a well-worn premise – terrorists are out to break America by attacking its energy resources – in his frighteningly plausible thriller debut’ Publishers Weekly on Power Down

• The biggest-grossing film in the history of Swedish cinema, English language film rights have been bought by the makers of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo

• For fans of Rosamund Lupton’s Sister

‘Lelic has real talent and it will be interesting to see where he goes next’ Guardian



The Flight M. R. Hall

The Glass Room Ann Cleeves

Home Front Kristin Hannah

Lionheart Sharon Penman

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• The fourth book in the Jenny Cooper series – the most terrifying and compelling to date

• The new novel in Ann Cleeves’ Vera Stanhope series, which is now a major ITV1 drama Vera, starring Brenda Blethyn

• New York Times bestselling author of 20 novels

• A New York Times bestselling author, Penman has had a loyal following since her massive global bestseller The Sunne in Splendour

• CWA Gold Dagger shortlisted The Coroner has now grossed nearly 100,000 copies ‘An excellent and compelling detective drama’ Daily Mail

When Nights Were Cold Susanna Jones 978-1-4472-0173-1 | TPB £12.99 | March

• The powerful new novel from this award-winning author • With an intensely suffocating atmosphere and an unreliable narrator this is a must-read for fans of Sarah Waters


• The second series of Vera will air in 2012, ensuring that Ann’s profile continues to rise

‘Hannah really knows what women – her characters and her audience really want’ Publishers Weekly

• Epic historical fiction at its best

The Helper David Jackson

Carambole Håkan Nesser

978-0-230-76048-6 | TPB £11.99 | March

978-1-4472-0901-0 | TPB £12.99 | April

• The second gripping novel from an author who has been favourably compared with Harlan Coben

‘An intense read’ Guardian

• A dark and fast-paced thriller set in New York which contains a fascinating 9/11 subplot

• Long before the Stieg Larsson phenomenon, Håkan Nesser set the standard in Scandinavian crime fiction • Featuring the wonderfully sardonic Inspector Van Veeteren, who is ‘destined for a place amongst the great European detectives’ (Colin Dexter)

Somewhere I Have Never Travelled Alden Bell 978-0-230-75620-5 | TPB £12.99 | April

• A prequel to The Reapers Are the Angels ‘A literary/horror mashup that is unsettlingly good’ USA Today on The Reapers Are the Angels


Dead Man’s Grip Peter James

The Redeemed M. R. Hall

Christmas at Tiffany’s Karen Swan

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‘M. R. Hall has created a wonderful heroine in a genre we haven’t seen before’ Lynda La Plante

• A dazzling gem of a novel, perfect for fans of Fairytale of New York and From Notting Hill with Love . . . Actually

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‘Peter James’s cop Roy Grace has put the Brighton of Graham Greene into the shade’ Guardian • The Sunday Times Number One bestseller

• The third stunning Jenny Cooper novel from the author of The Disappeared

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• Written by the creator of The Walking Dead comics and based on the TV series starring Andrew Lincoln • For fans of True Blood and Haven and films such as Dawn of the Dead and 28 Days Later

Breaking Silence Linda Castillo

Embassytown China Miéville

No Mark Upon Her Deborah Crombie

978-0-330-47191-6 | B format £7.99 | December

978-0-330-53307-2 | B format £7.99 | January

978-0-330-53627-1 | B format £7.99 | January

• Paperback of the third instalment in the nail biting Kate Burkholder series

• A breakthrough work for this star of the SF world

• The breakout book for this acclaimed crime writer

‘Embassytown is a fully achieved work of art’ Guardian

• Stunning new cover look will appeal squarely to the Peter Robinson market

‘Excellent’ Publishers Weekly

The Walking Dead Robert Kirkman and Jay Bonansinga

The Wife Who Ran Away Tess Stimson 978-0-330-52201-4 | B format £6.99 | January

• Writing for the older, female market, this novel is full of the strains and issues of modern family life including bullying and marital affairs



The Child Inside Suzanne Bugler

Pariah David Jackson

Mice Gordon Reece

The Bloody Meadow William Ryan

978-0-330-51091-2 | B format £7.99 | January

978-0-330-52026-3 | B format £7.99 | February

978-0-330-52559-6 | B format £7.99 | February

978-0-330-50842-1 | B format £7.99 | March

• The second novel from this Richard & Judy book club author focussing on the destructive nature of grief

• A taut, action-packed atmospheric thriller that is relentlessly surprising

‘A gripping, flawless novel that’s as surprising as it is satisfying . . . memorable, atmospheric and chilling’ Sophie Hannah

• The second novel in the Captain Korolev series

• This Perfect World sold over 45,000 copies and is still selling

• A writer favourably compared to Harlan Coben

• Film rights already bought and script treatments in production

• The first novel, The Holy Thief, was shortlisted for the Theakstons Crime Novel of the Year Award; the CWA New Blood Dagger and the Irish Fiction Award

The Wedding Writer Susan Schneider

The Murder Wall Mari Hannah

Elizabeth I Margaret George

One Summer David Baldacci

978-0-330-54167-1 | B format £6.99 | April

978-0-330-53993-7 | B format £6.99 | April

978-0-330-53712-4 | B Format £8.99 | May

978-1-4472-0888-4 | A format £6.99 | June

• A smart and sassy new voice in women’s fiction

• Introducing a new crime series based in Newcastle with protagonist DCI Kate Daniels

• Margaret George’s enthralling new novel about the legendary Queen Elizabeth I

• A cross between Peter James and Val McDermid

• Margaret George is the author of several bestselling novels, including The Autobiography of Henry VIII, Mary Queen of Scotland and the Isles, and Mary Called Magdalene

• Think The Devil Wears . . . Vera Wang


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• David Baldacci writes his most emotionally devastating work in this heartbreaking standalone novel, sure to gather new fans

PICADOR To celebrate Picador’s 40th anniversary, we will be reissuing 12 titles in February 2012:

The Sea

Last Orders


All The Pretty Horses

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American Psycho

Mother’s Milk

The Line of Beauty

978-1-4472-0275-2 | B format | £7.99

978-1-4472-0279-0 | B format | £7.99

978-1-4472-0252-3 | B format | £7.99

The Savage Detectives

Bridget Jones’s Diary

Dirt Music

White Noise

978-1-4472-0286-8 | B format | £7.99

978-1-4472-0280-6 | B format | £7.99

978-1-4472-0283-7 | B format | £7.99

978-1-4472-0285-1 | B format | £7.99

The Lovely Bones 978-1-4472-0265-3 | B format | £7.99

London Unfurled Matteo Pericoli

The Sealed Letter Emma Donoghue

On Booze F. Scott Fitzgerald

The Third Reich Roberto Bolaño

978-0-330-51782-9 | HB £25.00 | February

978-1-4472-0600-2 | TPB £11.99 | October

978-1-4472-0247-9 | HB £9.99 | November

978-0-330-53579-3 | TPB £11.99 | November

• From the author of the bestselling, wonderfully unique and iconic book Manhattan Unfurled, comes an equally brilliant and utterly unprecedented portrait of London

• From the No.1 bestselling Man Booker and Orange prize shortlisted author comes a novel that will delight her new fan base

• One of the most admired authors, on one of his favourite subjects, brought together for the first time by Picador

• After the incredible bestselling success of 2666 comes Bolaño’s final masterpiece before his death, never before published

• Over 470,000 copies of Room sold to date

• A beautiful stocking filler

• A must for those that love London!



The Angel Esmeralda Don DeLillo

The Christmas Truce Carol Ann Duffy

The Psychopath Test Jon Ronson

The Two Week Wait Sarah Rayner

978-1-4472-0757-3 | HB £16.99 | November

978-1-4472-0640-8 | HB £5.99 | November

978-0-330-49227-0 | B format £7.99 | January

978-0-330-54409-2 | TPB £12.99 | February

• Hailed by the Observer as ‘America’s greatest living writer’ Don DeLillo delivers his first short story collection

• A new Christmas poem from the Poet Laureate, the next in the bestselling Christmas gift editions

Unabridged CD | 978-0-230-75852-0 Unabridged download | 978-0-230-75853-7

• Jon Ronson’s star is rising with a hugely successful hardback which remained in the Sunday Times Top Ten for 6 weeks ‘The belly laughs come thick and fast . . . Ronson’s new book is provocative and interesting, and you will, I guarantee, zip merrily through it’ Observer

• Brilliant new commercial novel from the author of the staggeringly successful One Moment, One Morning which has sold over 180,000 copies to date • Perfect for reading groups

The Sea on Fire Howard Cunnell

The Devil’s Garden Edward Docx

Wish You Were Here Graham Swift

At Last Edward St Aubyn

978-1-4472-0240-0 | TPB £12.99 | March

978-0-330-46351-5 | B format £7.99 | February

978-1-4472-0893-8 | A format £6.99 | March

978-0-330-43592-5 | B format £7.99 | April

• A brilliant new commercial voice for Picador

‘A novel which is as full of intellectual provocations as it is of suspenseful turns’ Guardian

‘Serious rural novels such as this one remind us of Thomas Hardy . . . an extraordinary novel’ Evening Standard

‘Both blackly funny and unbearably painful to read in places, it’s an extraordinary novel’ Bookseller

• A combination of Tim Winton and Alex Garland

• From the Man Booker prize winning author comes his most devastatingly brilliant novel in years



The Language of Flowers: A Miscellany Mandy Kirkby 978-0-230-75963-3 | HB £15.00 | October

• Packaged in the style of an Edwardian flower book this promises to be the most beautiful gift book of the year • With a foreword by bestselling author of The Language of Flowers, Vanessa Diffenbaugh

Seize The Day Marie de Hennezel 978-1-4472-0577-7 | TPB £12.99 | February

• An illuminating book that celebrates life through its unique take on the end of life • Seize the Day is an international million-copy bestseller, in print again for the first time in years

Spies & Commissars Robert Service 978-1-4472-0200-4 | TPB £14.99 | November

• From an award-winning historian, a break-out book in the tradition of Agent Zig Zag • Spies and Commissars tells one of the great untold stories of the twentieth century: that of the spies behind the Iron Curtain

The Warmth of the Heart Prevents Your Body From Rusting Marie de Hennezel 978-1-4472-0585-2 | PB £8.99 | February

• An international bestseller now in paperback ‘Timely and admirable . . . her essential idea – that old age should be a stage of life as full of potential as any other – will appeal to oldies who have no intention of just fading away’ Mail on Sunday

Not The Last Goodbye Dr David ServanSchreiber 978-0-230-76372-2 | HB £12.99 | November

• Reflections on life, death, healing and cancer from the international bestselling author of Healing Without Freud of Prozac • The book went straight to number one in the French bestseller charts and has remained there ever since, selling more than a quarter of a million copies in just 8 weeks

Pioneer Woman Ree Drummond 978-1-4472-0207-3 | B format £8.99 | January

• Ree Drummond’s blog, Pioneer Woman, has over 23 million hits and 4 million unique visitors a month ‘Riotously funny . . . Drummond is . . . sure to have readers in tears and in stitches. In a word: delightful’ Publishers Weekly

The Blue Door Lise Kristensen

Triumph of the City Edward Glaeser

978-0-230-76027-1 | HB £12.99 | March

978-0-330-45807-8 | B format £9.99 | March

• A unique and heartbreaking memoir of a child’s imprisonment in a Japanese POW camp during World War II

‘A book that is at once polymathic and vibrant . . . bursting with insights . . . ’ New York Times

• 2012 marks the 70th anniversary of Lise and her family’s imprisonment



Escape From Camp 14 Blaine Harden

Blood Ties Claudio Antonelli and Gianluigi Nuzzi

Foundation Peter Ackroyd

Fire Season Philip Connors

978-0-330-54428-3 | B format £9.99 | April

978-1-4472-0814-3 | PB £8.99 | April

978-0-230-75468-3 | TPB £12.99 | April

978-0-230-76091-2 | TPB £13.99 | April

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• An extraordinary portrayal of the only person born in a North Korean prison camp ever to have escaped

• A huge number one bestseller in Italy with over 100,000 copies sold in the first four weeks alone

• A landmark publication and a brand new series from one of England’s greatest historians

• The first ever insider account of the ruthless and violent ‘Ndrangheta mafia – more compelling and terrifying than any other book on the mafia

• Peter Ackroyd’s London: The Biography has sold over 345,000 copies

• An unforgettable memoir of solitude, wilderness and wildfires ‘Full of revealing vignettes and is refreshingly candid . . . Fire Season proves more than a simple poetic memoir’ Sunday Telegraph

‘We need self-help books like never before, and that is why The School of Life, in conjunction with Pan Macmillan, have launched a ground-breaking experiment: a series of intelligent, rigorous, well-written self-help books, put together by some of the leading minds in the field. Systematically, we examine the great issues of life – love, money, emotional maturity, sexuality, the workplace and self-esteem – and we do so in a way that is at once highly accessible and conceptually bold. In an age of moral and practical confusions, the self-help book is crying out to be redesigned and rehabilitated. We are proud to announce its rebirth’ Alain de Botton


How to Worry Less About Money John Armstrong

How to Change the World Jean-Paul Flintoff

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978-1-4472-0232-5 | A format | £7.99

How to Thrive in the Digital Age Tom Chatfield

How to Think About Sex Alain de Botton

978-1-4472-0231-8 | A format | £7.99

978-1-4472-0227-1 | A format | £7.99

How to Stay Sane Philippa Perry

How to Find Fulfilling Work Roman Krznaric

978-1-4472-0231-8 | A format | £7.99

978-1-4472-0228-8 | A format | £7.99



Chitty Chitty Bang Bang Flies Again Frank Cottrell Boyce, Joe Berger 978-0-230-75773-8 | HB October | £9.99

• The first ever sequel to Ian Fleming’s Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, written by bestselling author Frank Cottrell Boyce and endorsed by the Fleming family

Young Sherlock Holmes 4: Fire Storm Andrew Lane

The Unofficial Hunger Games Companion Lois H. Gresh

978-0-330-53796-4 | PB £6.99 | October

978-1-4472-0997-3 | TPB £5.99 | November

• The fourth brilliant novel in this phenomenal series

• The first companion guide to the bestselling The Hunger Games trilogy – soon to be a major motion picture, released in March 2012

• Totally zeitgeisty – second Robert Downey Jr. Sherlock film is in production, as is series 2 for the TV

Chitty Chitty Bang Bang is a trademark of Danjaq, LLC and United Artists Corporation and is used under licence by the Ian Fleming Will Trust. All Rights Reserved.

Jane Austen Stole My Boyfriend Cora Harrison 978-0-330-50954-1 | PB £5.99 | February

• Sequel to the gorgeous I Was Jane Austen’s Best Friend featuring the further adventures of Jenny Cooper and her cousin Jane Austen

Tempest 1 Julie Cross 978-1-4472-0645-3 | TPB £8.99 | January

• The Time Traveller’s Wife meets The Matrix – an action-packed, roller-coaster of a ride • The first book in epic trilogy

• The Hunger Games series is a global phenomenon and has sold over 2 million books in the US

After The Snow S. D. Crockett

Mice Gordon Reece

978-0-230-76296-1 | TPB £9.99 | February

978-0-330-52562-6 | PB £6.99 | February

• Introducing an astounding new voice in YA fiction

• A compelling, unique suspense thriller with a chilling twist . . .

• Perfect for fans of Patrick Ness or David Almond

‘This gripping young adult novel could be a classic’ Guardian

The Demon Trappers: Forgiven Jana Oliver 978-0-330-51949-6 | PB £6.99 | February

‘Devilishly clever and totally unique’ P. C. Cast • Perfect for fans of Cassandra Clare’s Mortal Instruments series



Twilight Robbery Frances Hardinge 978-0-330-44192-6 | PB £6.99 | March

• Part of a longlist of only 8 titles for the 2011 Guardian Children’s Fiction Prize ‘Frances Hardinge has joined the company of writers whose books I will always seek out and read’ Garth Nix

A Riley Bloom Novel: Whisper Alyson Noël 978-1-4472-0047-5 | PB £5.99 | April

• The third book in the moving and uplifting new series about one girl’s adventures in the afterlife from international bestseller Alyson Noël

Jasmine Skies Sita Brahmachari 978-1-4472-0518-0 | PB £5.99 | April

• The second breathtaking novel from the winner of the Waterstone’s Children’s Book Prize • For readers of Cathy Cassidy, Jacqueline Wilson, Judy Blume and Jenny Valentine

The Magic Butterfly Tiara Gwyneth Rees 978-0-330-46118-4 | PB £4.99 | April

• Book 1, The Magic Princess Dress, was picked for the Richard and Judy children’s book club, and has sold nearly 45k • The third book in this magical new series from the wonderful Gwyneth Rees about the power of wishes and imagination


Zoe and Beans: Zoe’s Christmas List Chloë and Mick Inkpen

Zoe and Beans: The Magic Hoop! Chloë and Mick Inkpen

978-0-230-75055-5 | HB £10.99 | October

978-0-330-51840-6 | PB £5.99 | January

• Zoe and Beans star in a magical Christmas story, complete with pull out pages

‘The duo of Mick Inkpen and his daughter Chloë has worked a magic with quirky illustrations and witty text’ Books for Keeps


Wolf Won’t Bite! Emily Gravett 978-0-330-52221-2 | PB £5.99 | February

‘She has the intuitive grasp of timing, expression and anticipation which marks out the exceptional from the mediocre’ Sunday Telegraph

Goat Goes to Playgroup Julia Donaldson and Nick Sharratt 978-0-330-51228-2 | HB £10.99 | February

• Playgroup has begun. Time to have some fun! • The sixth book by these two picture book superstars!



It’s a Book! Lane Smith

Solomon Crocodile Catherine Rayner

The Snail and the Whale Magnet Book Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler

What The Ladybird Heard Julia Donaldson and Lydia Monks

978-0-330-54402-3 | PB £6.99 | March

978-0-230-75022-7 | PB £5.99 | March

‘A work of genius’ Sunday Telegraph

• By the winner of the 2009 Kate Greenaway Medal

978-0-230-75738-7 | HB £12.99 | April

978-0-230-75737-0 | BB £5.99 | April

‘A charming defence of the book as we know it . . . funny, with entertaining repetitions and surprises, and a punch line’ Sunday Times

‘Sure to make toddlers chortle with glee’ Books For Keeps

• The bestselling picture book combined with magnet fun

‘A superb book to read aloud’ Daily Mail

Navigators: Planet Earth

Dinosaurs Around the World (Lift the Flap)

978-0-7534-3255-6 | PB £6.99 | January

978-0-7534-3260-0 | HB £9.99 | March

The Kingfisher Dinosaur Encyclopedia

Through Time: Olympics Richard Platt

• Navigate your way through a fantastic range of subjects with this visually spectacular series

• A fun, informative lift-the-flap board book about dinosaurs from all over the world

978-0-7534-3469-7 | PB £9.99 | April

978-0-7534-6710-7 | HB £16.99 | June

• Highly contemporary design will appeal to today’s webliterate readers

• Engrossing, fast-paced narrative text from award-winning author Richard Platt • Richard Platt picks out amazing historical details that other Olympics books don’t mention



Destined Intl Edition P. C. Cast and Kristin Cast 978-0-312-64170-2 | TPB $8.99 | November 2011

• With over 10 million copies in print the House of Night series continues to thrill readers worldwide. Read the unforgettable ninth installment in the New York Times bestselling teen vampire series

Quinn Iris Johansen 978-0-312-65127-5 | MM $7.99 | December 2011

• The Number One New York Times bestselling author Iris Johansen’s thrilling and revelatory follow-up to Eve delves deep into the life and psyche of Eve Duncan’s lover and soul mate, Joe Quinn. As a ruthless killer closes in, long-held secrets are gradually and shockingly revealed


Inside Coca-Cola Intl Edition Neville Isdell with David Beasley 978-1-250-00498-7 | TPB $16.00 | November 2011

• This first book by a Coca-Cola CEO tells an extraordinary personal and professional world-wide story and provides an inside look at the brand that has become an empire

The Inquisitor Intl Edition Mark Allen Smith 978-0-8050-9592-0 | TPB $16.00 | January 2012

• A spectacularly original thriller featuring Geiger, an interrogatorfor-hire and professional torturer, who has a strict code, a mysterious past, and a dangerous conviction that he can save the life of an innocent child

Kardashian Konfidential

Listen to This Alex Ross

978-1-250-00606-6 | HC $25.99 | November 2011

978-0-312-61068-5 | TPB $18.00 | November 2011

• The New York Times bestseller, packed with gorgeous new color photos, exclusive family snapshots and memorabilia, is the inside scoop on the authors’ lives growing up into the gorgeous Dash Dolls. Not a behind-thescenes book for the shows, but fresh material, its own ground-up Kardashians project

‘Ross veers effortlessly from Mozart to Radiohead, from Kurt Cobain to Brahms, bringing a pop fan’s enthusiasm to the composers and treating the rock stars seriously as musicians…. a joy for a pop fan or a classical aficionado’ New York Times Book Review

Iago Intl Edition David Snodin

Bloodland Alan Glynn

978-0-8050-9597-5 | TPB $16.00 | January 2012

978-0-312-62128-5 | TPB $16.00 | February 2012

• Iago takes the reader beyond the end of one of the Bard’s most famous and well-loved plays and adds unexpected dimension to the story of the ultimate jealousy (though you don’t need to know Othello to enjoy this book!)

• A helicopter crash off the coast of Ireland sends unexpected ripples through the international community in this intricate and paranoid new thriller from the author of Winterland and Limitless


How the West Was Lost Dambisa Moyo

Lenobia’s Vow P. C. Cast and Kristin Cast

Stories I Only Tell My Friends Rob Lowe

The Dog Who Danced Intl Edition Susan Wilson

978-0-374-53321-2 | TPB $14.00 | February 2012

978-1-250-00024-8 | HC $12.99 | February 2012

978-1-250-00885-5 | TPB $14.99 | February 2012

978-1-250-01180-0 | TPB $16.00 | March 2012

• Bestselling author Dambisa Moyo offers a bold account of the decline of the West’s economic supremacy. She examines how the West’s flawed financial decisions have resulted in an economic and geopolitical see-saw that is now poised to tip in favor of the emerging world

• The second in the enthralling new mini-series of novellas from the No 1 bestselling authors of the House of Night series, Lenobia’s Vow tells the gripping story behind the House of Night’s enigmatic riding instructor – and one of Zoey’s closest allies against evil

• A wryly funny and surprisingly moving account of an extraordinary life lived almost entirely in the public eye, the critically acclaimed bestselling autobiography by actor Rob Lowe ‘the best type of celeb memoir’ (People magazine)

• From the New York Times bestselling author of One Good Dog comes a novel about a woman’s cross-country journey to find her lost dog, and discover herself

Mad Women Jane Maas

Watch Me Die Erica Spindler

Retribution Sherrilyn Kenyon

978-0-312-64023-1 | HC $24.99 | March 2012

978-1-250-00327-0 | MM $7.99 | March 2012

978-0-312-54660-1 | MM $7.99 | April 2012

What Money Can’t Buy Michael J. Sandel

• An inside look at what it was really like to be an ad woman on Madison Avenue in the 60s and 70s, from casual sex to professional serfdom, in this immensely entertaining and bittersweet memoir from a real life Peggy Olsen

• New York Times bestselling author Erica Spindler is back with a thrilling new psychological drama. ‘Filled with more twisted, dark paths than an ancient cemetery, Watch Me Die is a thriller guaranteed to chill your blood and set your teeth on edge’Lisa Jackson, No 1 New York Times bestselling author

• From No 1 New York Times bestselling author Sherrilyn Kenyon comes the next thrilling installment in her blockbuster Dark-Hunter® series

978-0-374-20303-0 | HC $27.00 | April 2012

• Michael J. Sandel takes up one of the biggest ethical questions of our time: Isn’t there something wrong with a world in which everything is for sale? 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?



Tigers in Red Weather Liza Klaussman

Dominion C. J. Sansom

978-1-4472-1220-1 | TPB £12.99 | Coming August 2012

978-0-230-74418-9 | TPB £12.99 | Coming September 2012

• Acquired in a fiercely contested auction, Tigers In Red Weather is set to be one of Picador’s biggest books of the year

• From the number one bestselling author comes a novel imagining a startling alternative history of the Second World War – a Britain where the appeasers held sway . . .

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