Celebrating Terrifying Tales with Horror Lounge
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Celebrating Terrifying Tales with Horror Lounge

We’re getting spooky at Bloomsbury Reader as we draw closer to All Hallow’s Eve. To celebrate some of the spine-chilling horror on our list, we have teamed up with Horror Lounge from 25-31 October, a new virtual festival celebrating all things horror, both classic and contemporary. As part of Horror Lounge, all of our Graham Masterton books … Continue reading

New look for ‘Prince of thriller writers’ Dennis Wheatley
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New look for ‘Prince of thriller writers’ Dennis Wheatley

We have a new look for our Dennis Wheatley ebooks. Wheatley was an English author whose prolific output of stylish thrillers and occult novels made him one of the world’s best-selling writers from the 1930s through to the 1960s, a following that is still thriving today.  Bloomsbury Reader re-issued all of his novels as ebooks, including … Continue reading

Reviving Dennis Wheatley
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Reviving Dennis Wheatley

When Bloomsbury Reader was approached with the possibility of publishing the entire catalogue of Dennis Wheatley’s works as ebooks, we were thrilled. We believed that this prolific author – who sold over 50 million copies in his lifetime outselling his immediate contemporary, Agatha Christie – deserved to be re-introduced to a new generation of readers. … Continue reading

Before there was Ian Fleming, there was Dennis Wheatley
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Before there was Ian Fleming, there was Dennis Wheatley

Before Ian Fleming there was Dennis Wheatley. A best-selling spy novelist at the outset of World War II, Wheatley was hired by Churchill and became a master of deception for Great Britain, turning fantasy adventures into real-time espionage. Wheatley was equally infamous for his Occult novels, steering his characters and readers through devilish encounters with … Continue reading