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Clare Mackintosh Wins Crime Novel Of The Year Award
www.bbc.co.uk

Author Val McDermid was also honoured with an outstanding contribution to crime fiction award

Partner Of Children's Author Helen Bailey Charged With Her Murder
www.buzzfeed.com

The Electra Brown series author's body was found in the grounds of her home in Hertfordshire, on Friday

Swindon Set To Close 11 Of Its 15 Libraries
www.theguardian.com

Struggling to sustain other services

Other News

Harry Potter And The Cursed Child Book Pre-orders Pass 100,000 At Waterstones

'Indecent' Books And Comic At Hong Kong Book Fair

Dubray's 'Refurbished Flagship Shop' in Dublin

Hachette Book Group Reorganizes Sales Staff

Ingram Forms Ingram Academic Services

Blasty, Piracy & Phishing On The Wild, Wild, Web

Man Booker Prize Judges Reveal 2016 Longlist

HarperCollins Announce Appointment of New Zealand Publisher

Dundee International Book Prize 2016 Shortlist Announced

Dick Whittington Treasury Entrusted To Guildhall Library

Nielsen Book to Launch ISBN Store, Making ISBNs More Accessible to Self-Published Authors

Harry Potter And The Return Of The Bookselling Frenzy

The 21st-century Librarian

'The BFG' beats 'Star Trek Beyond' to debut top of UK box office

Amazon Now Testing Drone Delivery In The UK

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Trade Announcements

Science(ish) To Atlantic

Bloomsbury Children's Books Acquires Two New Titles From Award-winning Author Katherine Rundell

Man Booker Prize Announces 2016 Longlist

Jackie Kay Appointed To Edinburgh International Book Festival Board

The Pavee And The Buffer Girl Graphic Novel To Barrington Stoke

The Liber Seminars Will Analyse Markets, New Business Models And The Digital Evolution Of Books

Open Access Digital Scholarly Publishing Three New Ways From UCL Press

Four Aspiring Editors To Join Penguin Random House Following #thescheme16

White Horse Bookshop Sponsors Richard Jefferies Society Writers' Prize

Memoir About A Family Divided By Sexism And Racism In 1960s White Nigeria Wins New Welsh Writing Awards 2016

Oneworld Acquire Bestselling French Memoir

Penguin Random House UK Announces New International Sales Leadership

Tiger Who Came to Tea and Mog author wins BookTrust Lifetime Achievement Award 2016

Egmont Strengthens UK Books Division With Three Senior Appointments

Lidudumalingani Wins Seventeenth Caine Prize For African Writing

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Opinion

The Diet Book Industry Is A Lie – And We've All Been Sucked Into It
www.telegraph.co.uk

It's a lie that makes its proponents millions, if not billions, in revenue

Is YA fiction too politically correct?
www.theguardian.com

Is too much contemporary teen fiction drawing on the same political values and assumptions?

Feature Items

'Masses Of Content Creators'
publishingperspectives.com

Amazon Inspire and the Marketplace

The flâneuse does not exist . . . discuss
www.theguardian.com

If we learned one thing from Baudelaire, it's that the flâneuse does not exist

A European Literary Remedy For Brexit
thequietus.com

A Eurocentric reading list for the disenfranchised 48%

How Amazon's Team Of Old-school Book Reviewers Influences What We Read
www.thestate.com

Amazon intends to leave its mark in book culture as much as it wants to sell books

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