Hamish Hamilton has scooped the follow-up to Pat Barker's bestseller The Women of Troy (Penguin).
A M Dassu has won the Little Rebels Award for radical children's fiction with her book Boy Everywhere (Old Barn Books).
Susanna Clarke has won the £30,000 Women's Prize for Fiction with her "truly original" second novel, Piranesi (Bloomsbury).
Sophie Lambert has been appointed to Bookshop.org's advisory board, as the company continues to grow and embarks on future development plans.
Martyn Ford’s All Our Darkest Secrets (Thomas & Mercer) zoomed into the Bookstat e-book chart number one for the week ending 4th September.
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Amazon UK services paid £18.3m in corporation tax last year, up around 26% from £14.5m the year before, as sales soared by 64%.
Pan Macmillan has acquired Leadership, the second book by England rugby head coach Eddie Jones.
Nina Scales will join DK as international publishing and licensing director as successor to Emma James, who leaving after 24 years with the company.