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The Nature of Love by H. E. Bates explores the intricacies of one of life’s greatest mysteries – love
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The Nature of Love by H. E. Bates explores the intricacies of one of life’s greatest mysteries – love

This month sees the release of The Nature of Love by H. E. Bates, just in time for Valentine’s Day. First published in 1953, The Nature of Love is a collection of Novellas exploring the intricacies of one of life’s biggest mysteries – love. Differing in weight but similar in texture, these stories draw from … Continue reading

Missing #NewLabour? Holly Lester, Andrew Rosenheim’s satirical romp, has been dubbed the ‘British Primary Colors’
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Missing #NewLabour? Holly Lester, Andrew Rosenheim’s satirical romp, has been dubbed the ‘British Primary Colors’

Bloomsbury Reader is excited to publish the long anticipated Holly Lester, Andrew Rosenheim’s racy satire of New Labour. Originally banned by Bloomsbury’s very own Richard Charkin when CEO of Macmillan, Holly Lester has finally come full circle. There are many things I’m ashamed of. Banning this book is up there with the biggest’ – Richard … Continue reading

Cosy up with A Christmas Carol, read by Charles Dickens’ great-granddaughter, Monica Dickens
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Cosy up with A Christmas Carol, read by Charles Dickens’ great-granddaughter, Monica Dickens

Christmas past, present, and future are brought vividly to life by Charles Dickens’ great-granddaughter, Monica Dickens, reading  A Christmas Carol, together with the original text. Christmas can be happy and difficult in equal measure. Charles and Monica Dickens recognised this and both have left an extraordinary legacy affirming the power of giving. Even though we … Continue reading