With an incredible career spanning sixty years, and a variety of works covering fiction and non-fiction, we thought an introductory guide might be helpful in knowing where to start.
Writing is a process, and the hardest part is sitting down and putting in the graft. Below are ten easy steps to help guide you through the initial writing process, so that when you sit down to write you hopefully won’t be left staring at a blank screen.
We hope you’ve all enjoyed our series of Haunting Halloween Reads, showcasing a wide range of authors from Bram Stoker to Alice Hoffman. As it’s the last Friday before the big day (or, big night), we thought we’d share our own favourite spooky picks, straight from the office at Ipso Books.
With a week and a half left until Halloween, we’ve asked Mavis Cheek, author of Parlour Games, for her favourite spooky reads to suit the season.
Margery Allingham wrote Traitor’s Purse in 1941, originally published in the United States as The Sabotage Murder Mystery. Set during the Second World War, Allingham’s publishers questioned the plausibility of the German plot she created, only to later discover that she had imagined a secret that truly existed in German camps. A tale of amnesia, […]
Ipso Books is proud to have published five of Edmund Crispin’s nine detective novels, available in both eBook and paperback.
Haven’t heard of him? Here’s a brief introduction…
Autumn is in the air and with it brings the official end of summer. Are you feeling those back to work blues? Here are our five top picks of novels that will make you feel as if you’re still tanning in the South of France.
It’s been a busy summer since our last round up, so here’s a quick update of all our new releases since you last heard from us.
On July 17th we begin reissuing Michael Innes’ Sir John Appleby novels, starting with the release of Death at the President’s Lodging and Hamlet, Revenge! Michael Innes is the pseudonym of John Innes Mackintosh Stewart. Innes was a Scottish novelist and academic. He is equally well known for the works of literary criticism and contemporary novels […]
We are thrilled to announce that July 11th saw the release of The Devil and Her Son, the third of the ‘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 […]