Welcome to McNidder & GraceMcNidder & Grace Limited was established in 2011 by Publisher Andy Peden Smith.
McNidder & Grace is an independent publishing house which publishes high-quality non-fiction with McNidder & Grace Crime publishing original crime fiction titles. With a particular emphasis on popular culture it is the home of vibrant books on photography, art, biography, music and country pursuits. We aim to publish popular, sometimes beautiful, and engaging books of the highest quality in terms of content and production.
With striking covers as well as stunning photographs the successful and critically acclaimed books by the former President of Magnum Photos the photographer Chris Steele-Perkin’s (England, My England) and Simon Wheatley (Don’t Call Me Urban! The Time of Grime) are highlights of our photography list in McNidder & Grace.
You can view and download our latest print catalogue at the link below:
McNidder & Grace Catalogue 2014.pdf
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Join the forthcoming exciting blog tour for Murder in Malmö by Torquil MacLeod. Catch up with Anita in the second instalment of the Inspector Anita Sundström mysteries (see News for the full list of sites and dates).
A gunman is loose in Malmö and he's targeting immigrants. The charismatic head of an advertising agency is found dead in his shower. Inspector Anita Sundström wants to be involved in the murder investigations, but she is being sidelined by her antagonistic boss. She is assigned to find a stolen painting by a once-fashionable artist, as well as being lumbered with a new trainee assistant. She also has to do to restore her professional reputation after a deadly mix-up in a previous high-profile case. Then another prominent Malmö businessman is found murdered and Sundström finds herself back in the action and facing new dangers in the second Anita Sundström Malmö mystery.
'I hope that Anita Sundström will be assigned to more cases in future books.' Euro Crime
'A great new addition to the crime genre... pretty terrific.' Liz Wilkins
'Anita Sundström deserves a place alongside the best Nordic detectives.' Quentin Bates
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