'I’m delighted to introduce you to Mantle, my imprint at Pan Macmillan that focuses on publishing high-quality writing and brilliant storytelling with a broad appeal. It features the very best in a vast range of genres, from crime, thriller, general and literary fiction to narrative non-fiction and memoir. Mantle is home to major established bestsellers, along with the very best debuts, set to become the stars of the future. Our authors include genre-leading bestsellers C.J. Sansom, Kate Mosse, Joanna Trollope and Kate Morton and prize-winners Jane Smiley, Andrea Camilleri and Charlotte Mendelson. While the scope of books under the Mantle umbrella is broad we find our books are often about ‘the outsider’ – those unsung heroes and heroines who change things for the better and we hope you enjoy uncovering the many wonderful characters and stories we have to offer.' - Maria Rejt, Publisher
To celebrate the publication of The Seven Imperfect Rules of Elvira Carr, we have five copies of the book to give way.
To celebrate the new, beautifully designed Inspector Montalbano books, our friends at Corney & Barrow have been inspired and selected some delicious wines along with a classic Italian dish for each book.
We've put together some book club questions for Juliet West's new novel, The Faithful.
Ray Celestin, author of The Axeman's Jazz, selects the soundtrack to his new novel Dead Man's Blues, a gangland murder mystery set in 1920s Chicago, the capital of jazz, booze and corruption.
We get to know Natalie Haynes, broadcaster and author of the stunning reimagining of the Oedipus and Antigone stories, The Children of Jocasta.
We've chosen some brilliant new books perfect for book clubs and created questions to help get your discussion going.
Book cover designer Katie Tooke on how vintage Italian travel posters and beautiful illustrated cookbooks inspired the delicious new covers for Andrea Camilleri's Inspector Montalbano series.
Book cover designer, Ami Smithson, tells us about her quest to find the perfect dress for the paperback cover of Mary Paulson-Ellis’ The Other Mrs Walker.
Malcolm Mackay, award-winning Scottish crime writer and author of the Glasgow Trilogy, discusses the significance of place in crime fiction.
We've chosen The Other Mrs Walker as out next book that is perfect for book clubs and created questions to help get your discussion going.
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