Category Archives: Writing
Bob Marshall-Andrews is a writer and criminal silk based in London.
From 1997 to 2010 he was Labour MP for Medway. As a result of his relationship with New Labour, one magazine described him as ‘the thorn in Tony Blair’s Red Rose’. His political memoir, Off Message, was published by Profile in 2011. Dump is his fourth novel.
He lives in London and Pembrokeshire and is frequently in East Africa in his role as Chairman of the George Adamson Wildlife Trust.
What a group of travellers hope is going to be an adventure in paradise twists into a thrilling sequence of events, forecast by a murderous member of the animal kingdom. Dump is the fourth book written by Bob Marshall-Andrews.
Today is publication day for Dump, and we have an exclusive extract for you to read – and we can promise that you’ll want to read the rest, so get your hands on a copy from Amazon today.
This December, we’re giving you exclusive extracts of books from some of the authors and publishers we’ve worked with. This extract is from The Excursionist, by J.D. Sumner. Banish those winter blues with a tale of summer sun.
Shemin Nurmohamed and her co-authors, Marine Aubin and Georgina Hill, have given us an exclusive extract of their brand new book, Outshine. Outshine tells you everything you need to know about becoming an effective female leader based on the authors own leadership methodology.
We spoke to author Nicci French – a crime/thriller writing team formed of husband and wife Nicci Gerrard and Sean French, and their editor at Michael Joseph, Joel Richardson, to get their views on writing and being edited ahead of the publication of their eighth and final book in the Frieda Klein series, Day of the Dead.
Louise Moore is Managing Director and Publisher of Michael Joseph, an imprint of Penguin Random House UK that publishes highly commercial fiction and non-fiction.