Chatto snaps up latest from historian Peter Moore

Writer and historian Peter Moore's history of "the epoch-defining European ideas that helped found the United States of America" has been snapped up by Chatto & Windus. Continue reading at 'The Bookseller'

[ The Bookseller | 2019-11-12 06:12:19 UTC ]
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Chatto & Windus snaps up Cumming's tale of mother's disappearance

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Frankfurt Book Fair 2014: UCLA Historian Peter Baldwin on the 'Copyright Wars'

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Moore to forecast weather for Chatto

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Snap, Nielsen: Snap Ads Drive Double the ROI for CPGs vs. Industry Benchmarks

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IAB NewFronts 2022—Amy Poehler gets a Twitch lesson and Snap makes a Cameo

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The people who teach us history aren’t always historians

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PMJ's Moore to 'demystify' publishing as head judge on Jamie Oliver show

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