Waterstones Book of the Month – Non-Fiction
Am hugely excited to say that the paperback edition of ‘M’, out yesterday, is Waterstones non-fiction Book of the Month!
The best thing about this is getting to see some of the different ‘M’ window displays in branches of Waterstones around London. It turns out that no two are the same. Each one is imaginative, detailed, expertly put together, and at the same time pulls on a particular thread of M’s character.
One display might bring out the naturalist side of his life; in the Trafalgar Square branch, it being near Whitehall, there’s more of an emphasis on MI6 and MI5, elsewhere they’ve gone for spying gadgets, in the Piccadilly branch there’s a cardboard Big Ben…
In fact if you see a display you like send me a photo as I might put together a post of the best ones.
I should also say that the paperback itself has been beautifully designed. Hats off to everyone at Arrow.
Really hope you enjoy it.
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