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  • Master of the House Press Coverage

    Published this month, Master of the House by Michael Coveney kicked off the press coverage with a beautiful image feature in Financial Times’ How To Spend It. Further coverage includes review in Country Life, Musical Theatre Review, and Broadway World as well as features in The Observer, The Telegraph and WhatsOnStage.

  • This is Architecture in Literary Review

    New Unicorn title This is Architecture edited by Stephen Bayley and Robert Bargery was reviewed in this months Literary Review. Reviewer James Stourton says: “Stephen Bayley and Robert Bargery have spent a lifetime reading and thinking about architecture, and here they present the general reader with the fruits of their learning.”

  • Eccentric Lives Press Coverage

    Following the great review in the Time Literary Supplement, Eccentric Lives by Andrew M. Brown continues to receive wonderful coverage the latest being a feature written by Andrew in The Telegraph. Further coverage expected includes a review in the November issue of The London Review of Books, extracts in The Oldie and review in the Christmas...

  • Gilded City in Country Life

    New Unicorn title Gilded City by Duncan A Smith featured in the London issue of Country Life. Further coverage also includes an author piece in The Londonist, feature in BRITAIN, and reviews in Kensington and Chelsea Review and The Royal Exchange Journal.

  • Eccentric Lives in Times Literary Supplement

    Eccentric Lives by Andrew M. Brown was brilliantly reviewed in the Times Literary Supplement this month. Further reviews are expected in The Telegraph, The Oldie, London Review of Books, Love Reading, Choice and Church Times.

  • It’ll All Be Over by Christmas Press Coverage

    Published this month, It’ll All Be Over by Christmas by John Wilton is set to receive some great coverage in the run up to Christmas with features in Military History Matters, Daily Express, Picture Postcard Collecting, Britain at War, Devon Life, Family Tree and All About History magazine to name a few.

  • Arnold Bennett Press Coverage

    Patrick Donovan’s Arnold Bennett: Lost Icon continues to receive brilliant press attention. This month the book was reviewed in the Oldie and the Telegraph, and next month in Literary Review.

    “Hated by Woolf, but this life of Arnold Bennett proves the literary snobs wrong” the Sunday Times

    “Excellent book” A.N Wilson, the Spectator


  • Churchill in Punch in TLS

    Churchill in Punch by Gary L. Stiles featured in the Times Literary Supplement and the Oldie this month. Further coverage includes reviews in the Churchill Bulletin, Finest Hour, Church Times and Choice magazine.

    “impressively exhaustive” Times Literary Supplement

  • Constance Villiers Stuart Press Coverage

    Constance Villiers Stuart by Mary Ann Prior has received some wonderful press coverage this month including a page feature in the Telegraph gardening section which included images from the book. Further coverage includes features in Gardens Illustrated, Garden News, Hortus plus more.

    Also, the exhibition of the archive is open at The Garden...

  • Life Lines on This Morning

    Tracey Trussell author of Life Lines appeared on This Morning with Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby on 6th July. Tracey analysed both presenters’ handwriting and doodles live on air as well as giving them some snippets from her book.

  • War Babies Blog Tour

    “I couldn’t put this book down until the last page. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️” Lynda’s Book Reviews

    “This is a brilliantly plotted book…Billington has used her skill at capturing a moment, a point in time, and making so much depend on it, while making sure that her characters also move on, change and develop.” Northern Reader

    “At its heart this is a book about...

  • Robbie Blog Tour

    “A highly enjoyable, entertaining read for young adults, although I think it will be more preferable to boys rather than girls. Gripping, compelling and fast paced from beginning to end.” Stacey Hammond

    “I was engrossed in the action going on and the situations Robbie got himself into. It is fasted paced and a brilliant short mystery kind of...