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1st February 2018 marks the centenary of the birth of classic Scottish author, Muriel Spark. Here Harriet Sanders tells the story of how Muriel came to Macmillan.
Stories set in Paris during revolution, 16th century Spain, the idyllic Swiss Alps and beyond. Here are seven classic European novels you should add to your reading list.
Escape the coming winter with these far-flung adventures set in distant lands.
Not sure where to start with Robert Louis Stevenson? We've put together a brief introduction to the classic author and his work.
Macmillan Collector’s Library publisher Harriet Sanders introduces the work of the gripping classic crime novelist, Graham Greene.
Macmillan archivist Alysoun Saunders shares the history behind the Victorian illustrated editions of Jane Austen's novels, which were first published almost 120 years ago by Macmillan.
Amanda Owen, better known as The Yorkshire Shepherdess, on the lasting and profound effect James Herriot’s books have had on her life.
Bursting with fun, personality and adventure, these stories are a must-read for any lover of classic children’s books.
Two classic crime novels by Margery Allingham, The Tiger in the Smoke and Sweet Danger, have joined the Macmillan Collector's Library. Read more about this much-loved crime writer.