It’s been a long and extraordinary year, but we’re ending 2020 on a high!

We’re thrilled to have published so many fantastic books over the course of the year, and the end of year round-ups are saying much the same.

The Spectator’s Sara Wheeler chose Andrew Adonis’s book Ernest Bevin: Labour’s Churchill as one of her picks of the year in their 2020 round-up- and so did The Times, in their round-up of the year’s best Political and Current Affairs books.

This year has also been a year for great women, and we’ve seen Yasmin Alibhai-Brown’s Ladies Who Punch chosen as Woman and Home’s best source of feminist inspiration, while Diane Abbott: The Authorised Biography has made it onto the list of Waterstones’s best Political Books.

Next year, stay tuned for some great reads, including Penny Mordaunt and Chris Lewis’s book Greater, which offers a new vision for the UK and how to bring it together, and John Quin’s Dr Quin, Medicine Man, which is a look at the NHS from a completely new angle: that of an endocrinologist, or hormone specialist.

We're looking forward to seeing you all in 2021!