Knox Robinson Publishing welcomes new author Patrick Gooch
We are pleased to welcome Patrick Gooch to our family of authors. Patrick's novel The Wells, is scheduled for release in December 2012. Read More
Knox Robinson Publishing welcomes new author Julius Wachtel
We are pleased to welcome Julius "Jay" Wachtel to our family of authors. Jay's novel Stalin's Witnesses, is scheduled for release in December 2012. Read More
Karen Charlton launches Catching the Eagle in august surroundings
Flanked by her family, friends and several members of the public who had all braved the freezing weather, Karen arrived at the beautiful library in the centre of Middlesbrough for her Teesside book launch... Read more
Karen Charlton grew up in Sheffield and Leeds. She completed an English degree at Hull University and received a teaching certificate from Durham University. She now teaches secondary school. Her first novel with Knox Robinson Publishing is entitled Catching the Eagle.
The novel is based on the famous robbery of Krikley Hall manor house in 1809, which was at that time the largest robbery Northumberland had ever known. The man accused of the robbery, Jamie Charlton, is Karen Charlton's ancestor... Read more
Annmarie Banks spent the first twenty years of her professional life as a bookseller specializing in out-of-print and antiquarian books. The first book in her Elysium Texts Series with Knox Robinson Publishing is The Hermetica of Elysium.
Arthur C. Clark’s Third Law, “Any significantly advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic” is the inspiration for her series of books exploring the boundaries between what is possible, what is plausible and what remains to be proven. ... Read more
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Catching the Eagle
I don't usually read historical fiction, but this novel is based on a true and notorious crime so probably falls into its own category! However, I am sure the author used her artistic licence to spice... read more