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The Smoke Is Rising
by
Mahesh Rao

We are proud to announce the first original novel from Daunt Books Publishing

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Events

Marylebone

Every month Daunt Books holds a range of interesting author events featuring the likes of William Boyd, Alexander McCall Smith and Jan Morris. Please get in touch if you would like to reserve a signed copy from any of these events.

  • Henry Marsh
    on
    Do No Harm

    Tuesday 22nd April, 7pm at Daunt Books Marylebone High Street

    Anyone who has seen Henry Marsh in the two award-winning documentaries made about one of the country's leading neurosurgeons will understand how frank and fascinating this memoir is.

    This talk takes place at Daunt Books, Marylebone High Street. Tickets cost £8.00, and are available from the Marylebone shop in person, via telephone (020 7224 2295), or online here.

  • Alex Bellos
    on
    Alex Through the Looking Glass

    Thursday 24th April, 7pm at Daunt Books Marylebone High Street

    Following the best-selling Alex's Adventures in Numberland, the writer and broadcaster Alex Bellos will be here to take us on a fresh journey of mathematical discovery. As well as considering triangles, cones and curves, Alex's new book renders accessible some of the more mysterious corners of maths with his usual wit, enthusiasm and cast of characters including the German engineer who designed the first rollercoaster loop and a meeting with the International Congress of Mathematicians in India.

    "Another sparkling romp through the world of numbers, with the inimitable Alex Bellos as your friendly, informed, and crystal-clear guide. A brilliant successor to Alex’s Advemtures in Numberland" - Ian Stewart

    "Fresh, fascinating and endlessly charming. A splendiferous book altogether" - Tim Harford, author of The Undercover Economist Strikes Back

    This talk takes place at Daunt Books, Marylebone High Street. Tickets cost £8.00, and are available from the Marylebone shop in person, via telephone (020 7224 2295), or online here.

  • James Buchan in conversation with Michael Axworthy
    on
    A Good Place to Die and Revolutionary Iran

     
    Tuesday 29th April, 7pm at Daunt Books Marylebone High Street

     

    To celebrate our publication of James Buchan's superb Iranian-set thriller A Good Place to Die, he talks to Michael Axworthy, whose acclaimed Revolutionary Iran is published in paperback this month

    This talk takes place at Daunt Books, Marylebone High Street. Tickets cost £8.00, and are available from the Marylebone shop in person, via telephone (020 7224 2295), or online here.

  • Deyan Sudjic
    on
    B is for Bauhaus

     
    Thursday 1st May, 7pm at Daunt Books Marylebone High Street

     

    Director of the Design Museum, Deyan Sudjic, will be in conversation with Stephen Bayley, author and design critic, as they consider the modern world through the lens of design.

    This talk takes place at Daunt Books, Marylebone High Street. Tickets cost £8.00, and are available from the Marylebone shop in person, via telephone (020 7224 2295), or online here.

  • Joël Dicker
    on
    The Truth about the Harry Quebert Affair

     
    Friday 2nd May, 7pm at Daunt Books Marylebone High Street

     

    Joël Dicker will be here to talk about his huge European bestseller, The Truth about the Harry Quebert Affair. Described by the Sunday Times as '...an intricate murder mystery that could be the read of the summer', 'A global phenomenon' by Le Monde and 'All the ingredients of a world bestseller' by Die Zeit, we are delighted that Joël will be with us during his brief visit to London to tell us more.

    This talk takes place at Daunt Books, Marylebone High Street. Tickets cost £8.00, and are available from the Marylebone shop in person, via telephone (020 7224 2295), or online here.

  • Tim Butcher
    on
    The Trigger

     
    Thursday 8th May, 7pm at Daunt Books Marylebone High Street

     

    Best-selling travel writer Tim Butcher has turned his attention to the chase to find the assassin of Archduke Franz Ferdinand in 1914.

    This talk takes place at Daunt Books, Marylebone High Street. Tickets cost £8.00, and are available from the Marylebone shop in person, via telephone (020 7224 2295), or online here.

  • Orlando Figes
    on
    Revolutionary Russia 1891-1991

    Thursday 15th May, 7pm at Daunt Books Marylebone High Street

    The problem of Russia dominated the 20th century. Perhaps the finest modern historian of Russia tells the story in an illuminating short history.

    This talk takes place at Daunt Books, Marylebone High Street. Tickets cost £8.00, and are available from the Marylebone shop in person, via telephone (020 7224 2295), or online here.

  • Ben Macintyre
    on
    A Spy Among Friends

     
    Monday 19th May, 7pm at Daunt Books Marylebone High Street

     

    We are delighted that Ben Macintyre is coming to tell us more about his wonderful new book on Kim Philby, A Spy Among Friends

    This talk takes place at Daunt Books, Marylebone High Street. Tickets cost £8.00, and are available from the Marylebone shop in person, via telephone (020 7224 2295), or online here.

  • Jerry White
    on
    Zeppelin Nights

    Thursday 22nd May, 7pm at Daunt Books Marylebone High Street

    Jerry White follows his prize-winning trilogy of London histories with a portrait of the capital during the First World War

    This talk takes place at Daunt Books, Marylebone High Street. Tickets cost £8.00, and are available from the Marylebone shop in person, via telephone (020 7224 2295), or online here.

  • Diana Darke
    in conversation with
    Barnaby Rogerson
    on
    My House in Damascus

    Tuesday 27th May, 7pm at Daunt Books Marylebone High Street

    In Diana Darke's fascinating book, she tells a very personal story about buying and restoring an old courtyard house in Damascus. She is able not only to distil Syria's complicated past and war torn present but to bring its heritage to life and we are delighted that she will be joining us in conversation with Barnaby Rogerson, who is well-known for his travel accounts and acclaimed books on the Middle East. Diana Darke is a fluent Arabic speaker and has lived and travelled in the Middle East for over thirty years and been a contributor to the Guardian, Financial Times and the BBC.

    "This is a love letter to Syria, a story of re-building a beautiful Damascene house as a beloved country falls apart. Read it and you will discover a Syria that lies behind our daily headlines." - Lyse Doucet, BBC Chief International Correspondent

    This talk takes place at Daunt Books, Marylebone High Street. Tickets cost £8.00, and are available from the Marylebone shop in person, via telephone (020 7224 2295), or online here.