In 1997, Tony Blair won the biggest Labour victory in history to sweep the party to power and end eighteen years of Cons...
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Founded in 1887 by George Hutchinson with capital of three thousand pounds, Hutchinson opened for business in the basement of 25 Paternostor Row, near St Paul's Cathedral. It is the home of fiction that you have to press into the hands of your friends and non-fiction that is entertaining and erudite. We publish bestsellers, Helen Dunmore, Sebastian Faulks, Robert Harris, Douglas Kennedy and Ruth Rendell, book club favourites, Aimee Bender, Anna Quindlen. We are committed to discovering new talent that combine a distinctive voice with great storytelling skills and recent acquisitions include Bonnie Nadzam, longlisted for the Women’s Prize, New York Times bestsellers, Sloane Crosley, Ayana Mathis, Marisha Pessl and Amor Towles. While the subject of our narrative non-fiction varies – from nightclub owners to Kings, running to modernism – the writing is always from a passionate and original perspective, with authors including Kate Williams, Marc Morris, Lindy Woodhead and Alexandra Heminsley. We are privileged to have published era-defining political memoirs, including the autobiographies of Tony Blair and Bill Clinton and diaries of Alastair Campbell. While all our books have an attention to detail that makes them objects to own as well as download, we publish a small number of gift books that celebrate what can be done with some paper and ink, including the work of renowned paper-cut artist, Rob Ryan.