Welcome to Elliott & Thompson, an independent book publisher specialising in popular and engaging non-fiction and commercial partnership publishing. We’re a small team and we care passionately about every book we produce, whether it's a brilliant debut or a major Sunday Times bestseller. We hope you find something of interest here; if so, please do get in touch – we would be delighted to hear from you.
Start your Sunday morning in style and come along to Kings Place on the 12th of February for ‘A Morning with Beethoven’. Captivating pianist Melvyn Tan will perform the lyrical Sonata in E, Op. 109 and the beloved Waldstein Sonata - and he will be joined in conversation by none other than our very own Beethoven aficionado John Suchet. Do not miss this opportunity for the most enchanting start to your day; book your ticket now!
On the 31st of January, The British Library will open its doors to an engrossing and incredibly topical evening of debate on Power, Territory and Borders. Under discussion will be the way in which geographical borders continue to shape nationhood and identity, power and conflict. Chaired by BBC World News Today presenter Philippa Thomas, the talk will feature Stuart Elden, Professor of Political Theory and Geography, University of Warwick and our very own Tim Marshall. Come along for a thought-provoking and compelling discussion on how the lines on the map determine our world.
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The Strauss family took Europe by storm during the nineteenth century; two generations of this remarkable family transformed and popularised the waltz, delighting all of Viennese society with their prolific compositions. Yet behind the melody lay a darker discord of family drama, tension and disaster, all set against the turbulent backdrop of nineteenth century Austria.
It’s wonderful to see Tim Marshall’s superb Prisoners of Geography at No. 1 in the Sunday Times Bestseller chart! It’s a brilliant book – congratulations Tim!