It was a fabulous day out on tour yesterday with David Essex.
Alex Larman takes us through the Earl of Rochester's life, poetry, politics and all the sauciness in between.
After The Storm is set in Roatan, an island in the Caribbean Sea. that is beautiful but has a kind of frontier feeling where the normal rules do not apply. The Roatan in my novel is sun-soaked and stunning on the surface but with something dark underneath.
'Hugely enjoyable. The author winds up tension into an explosion of fast-paced events.' Conn Iggulden
We’re excited to announce that Mary Gibson’s debut novel, Custard Tarts and Broken Hearts, has been chosen for World Book Night 2015. The story of a factory girl in Bermondsey through WW1 is one of 20 novels selected by The Reading Agency to take part in the event, which aims to shine a light on volunteering and social action.
On a remote Swedish island, a little girl, Klara, grows up without a father. Now, twenty years later, working as an EU Parliament aide in Brussels, Klara discovers a secret: a secret that powerful men will kill to keep hidden.
Meanwhile, in Virginia, an old spy hides from his past. Once, he was a man of action, an operative so dedicated that he abandoned his infant daughter to keep his cover.
It is with great sadness that we learned of the death of Colleen McCullough today. Col has been with Head of Zeus since its inception three years ago, but our connection goes back much further -- Anthony Cheetham and Rosie de Courcy first worked with Col when they published THE THORN BIRDS at Futura in 1977.
The World's War by David Olusoga was named World War One Book of the Year at the Political Book Awards yesterday evening.
Head of Zeus CEO Amanda Ridout said: ‘We are thrilled that such an important and interesting take on the Great War has been appropriately recognized and rewarded. Our congratulations to David.’