These podcasts are essential listening for anyone who loves a good murder mystery.
Julia Chapman, author of Date with Death, the first novel in a brilliant new crime series set in the Yorkshire Dales, recommends a few of her all-time favourite cosy crime novels.
Bestselling author, Andrew Gross, on the true stories of bravery, sacrifice and scientific discovery that inspired his World War Two thriller, The One Man.
We're delighted to annouce that Rasputinby Douglas Smith has been shortlisted for the James Tait Black Prizes for best biography.
In this extract from her warm and funny memoir The Bridge Ladies, Betsy explains how discovering the unsung lives of her mother's oldest friends helped her to develop a better understanding of, and a more meaningful relationship with, her mother.
Start reading Alexandria Marzano-Lesnevich's The Fact of a Body, a gripping true story of a young law student, an unspeakable crime and a past that refuses to stay buried.
A printable paper doll template, illustrated by Rebecca Cobb, based on Julia Donaldson's The Paper Dolls.
Meet bestselling author David Baldacci this May as he talks about his new novel The Fix.
In honour of Dame Vera Lynn’s 100th birthday, here are Macmillan Collector’s Library’s top ten reunions in literature.