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Bloomsbury, London

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Launched on 21st September 2012, Bloomsbury India upholds Bloomsbury’s tradition of publishing books of the highest quality in fiction, non-fiction, children’s, academic, business and education by both Indian and international authors.

Bloomsbury India’s launch list includes the first Wisden India Cricketers’ Almanack 2013, the spectacular Return of a King: The Battle for Afghanistan by William Dalrymple, whose previous books were Number 1 bestsellers in India and Manil Suri’s bold and controversial new novel The City of Devi. Bloomsbury has an exceptional list of South Asian writers including Kamila Shamsie, Romesh Gunesekera, Rajesh Parameswaran, Roshi Fernando, Jaspreet Singh and Tishani Doshi.

Bloomsbury India’s authors include the international bestselling writers J K Rowling, Khaled Hosseini and Elizabeth Gilbert; Booker Prize winners Margaret Atwood and Howard Jacobson; Nobel Prize winner Nadine Gordimer; Orange Prize winners Madeline Miller and Anne Michaels and cookery books by the Michelin starred chefs Heston Blumenthal, Atul Kochhar and Raymond Blanc and bestselling Anthony Bourdain. Bloomsbury India will distribute both UK and US Bloomsbury imprints including the critically acclaimed and popular Arden Shakespeare. A rigorous academic list will focus on business, economics and management.
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  • In some ways it is a strange area of London. Developed by the Dukes of Bedford around a series of garden squares which today provide green spaces in which to relax, each having its own character, the ...  more »
  • This neighborhood is in the British Museum is a very nice place. There are also plenty of hotels and universities. It is recommended to walk, and small park.
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