The Autumn/Winter Release Schedule

Here at McNidder & Grace we have been busy getting the Autumn/Winter titles ready for release. Some have not been announced yet, so we are taking this opportunity to tell you all about them!
Out on the 6th September is the paperback edition of The Tin Ring by Zdenka Fantlova. It has been published to coincide with the opening of the play adaptation of the book at The Lowry, Salford.

We have busy October, with three titles out. First out is the paperback edition of the biography William Armstrong: Magician of the North. It is the first full-scale biography of one of the greatest scientific and engineering visionaries of the Victorian times – William Armstrong.

The second title out in October is The 100 Greatest Cover Versions: The Ultimate Playlist by Robert Webb, out on the 18th October.  In Cover Versions Webb engages the reader by detailing the background of each of the 100 (+ 1 bonus) tracks, how artists came to cover them and how these cover versions become more popular than the original. A great addition to any music fan’s collection.

Out on the 25th October is Burmese Shadows: Twenty-five Years of Reporting from Behind the Bamboo Curtain by journalist and photographer, Thierry Falise. Covering 25 years, Burmese Shadows highlights, in stunning photographs, the realities of life for ordinary people in Burma as well as the country’s rich traditions and cultures.

On the 6th November, we have Mathew Manning’s new book Air Rifle Hunting through the Seasons: A Guide to Fieldcraft. The new book describes all about hunting through the seasons with an air rifle as well as delving deeper into the lore of fieldcraft—the deadliest weapon in the hunter’s arsenal.

Finally at the end of November comes Busker, the latest book from Graham Forbes, author of Rock and Roll Tourist and Rock and Roll Mountains. In Busker, Forbes takes us to another unique part of a musician’s life, to busk with other musicians you may never have met in your life.
With all of 2012 set we are looking forward to an even busier 2013 so keep checking back with us on the website or through our Facebook and Twitter pages.
Posted: 31/08/2012