New From Ipso Books – John Creasey’s The Enemy Within (Department Z)


Following the release of The Department of Death in May, and The Enemy Within this month, next month we will see the release of Dead or Alive in July to Ipso Books’ growing list of John Creasey’s Department Z novels. This will leave us with three titles left inclusive of Dead or Alive to complete the […]


Job Vacancy – Ipso Books

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We are looking for a hard-working and organised Publishing Co-ordinator to join our small digital publishing team, Ipso Books, a department of Peters Fraser and Dunlop literary agency. The Publishing Co-ordinator’s responsibility is to keep the company running smoothly and according to schedule, managing the relationship and work exchange between key members such as freelance […]


New From Ipso Books – Nicholas Blake’s The Smiler with the Knife


  Following the release of There’s Trouble Brewing and The Beast Must Die in May, this month we welcome The Smiler with the Knife to Ipso Books’ growing list of Nicholas Blake’s Nigel Strangeways novels. Where else but in a Strangeways novel would you find a poet Detective? Influenced by Blake’s real life as Anglo-Irish […]


‘Mr Make Believe’ Sweeps Readers off their Feet

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Ipso Books is delighted to have published Beezy Marsh‘s smash hit (and first novel), Mr Make Believe ‘You close your eyes as you embrace your other half and dream of Mr Make Believe…’ Out of her fantasies and on to the page, national newspaper journalist, parenting blogger, and author, Beezy Marsh got so caught up […]


New from Ipso Books – Nicholas Blake’s The Beast Must Die

The Beast Must Die

“I am going to kill a man. I don’t know his name, I don’t know where he lives, I have no idea what he looks like. But I am going to find him and kill him…” Nicholas Blake’s crime classic, The Beast Must Die, is the first of the Nigel Strangeways mysteries to be published […]


George Bellairs keeps entertaining Classic Crime readers


Renowned British crime classic author and the man that brought us Inspector Littlejohn, George Bellairs, lives on with seven new editions set to be republished this year. Ipso’s publication of 14 Inspector Littlejohn mysteries last year marked the return of one of classic crime’s hidden gems whose previously out of print books have been sort after among dedicated crime […]


Publishing Internship at Ipso Books

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Ipso Books is seeking an intern for a full time, paid position. The internship will last one month, with an option to extend. The digital publishing arm of Peters Fraser & Dunlop, we’re a small team so the successful candidate will be integral part of what we do. It’s a fast paced and very varied […]


The story behind Mavis Cheek’s ‘Sleeping Beauties’

Sleeping Beauties

Sleeping Beauties is my sixth novel and it was written when I was in America, in recovery from a very broken heart. I was staying in New Hampshire, during the Fall – in a log cabin – at the MacDowell Colony – surrounded by a fringe of maple trees that gradually turned from green to […]


NEW – ‘Rogues’ Holiday’ by Maxwell March

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We are thrilled to announce that January 28th sees the release of Rogues’ Holiday, the first of three ‘lost’ Margery Allingham novels written under her thriller pseudonym, Maxwell March. Margery Allingham, queen of golden age crime, is revered for her detective mysteries involving traditional British sleuth, Albert Campion. But there’s another side to Margery Allingham’s […]


5 Ipso books we’re excited about sharing with you in 2017

Five books we're excited about sharing with you this year

We have a really exciting year coming up in 2017 and we can’t wait to share all our releases with you. We couldn’t possibly mention them all so the Ipso Books team has chosen 5 books that we’re really looking forward to publishing this year…   The Colony Novels box set F.G. Cottam (Alright, literally-speaking these are […]