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Got an old paperback of Moonraker gathering dust on your bookshelf? Get it down to this year’s Antiquarian Book Fair and it could make you £55,000.
The Mystery of Edwin Drood was written and published in instalments, and when Dickens died in 1870 he had not yet completed the ending.
The annual study found 41.1 per cent of children pick up a book in their spare time now, up from 32.2 per cent last year and 28.4 per cent the year before.
"Visionary" Hungarian writer Laszlo Krasznahorkai is announced as the winner of the sixth Man Booker International Prize.
Alexander McCall Smith wins the Bollinger Everyman Wodehouse Prize for his comic novel Fatty O
Best-selling crime writer Ruth Rendell has died aged 85, her publisher says.
Jessie Pope was one of the most widely read poets during WW1 but her jingoistic sentiments now jar.
The Daily Telegraph's head of books Gaby Wood has been chosen to oversee the Man Booker Prize.
US crime writer James Patterson increases his donation to independent UK bookshops by £250,000.
A debut novel about a female bee is one of six titles to be shortlisted for the £30,000 Baileys Women