Founded in 1936, and working from our own building in the heart of London’s historic Clerkenwell, we continue to thrive as an independent publisher. Under the Robert Hale imprint, we cater for a truly wide range of interests both in fiction and non-fiction with particular strengths in general hardback fiction, mind, body and spirit, biography and practical reference.
New releases from Robert Hale
At the start of the First World War, Arthur Beecroft was a recently qualified barrister in his twenties. Determined to enlist despite a medical condition, he volunteered for military service,...
The Tolpuddle Woman
A reissue of E.V. Thompson’s classic novel The Tolpuddle Woman.
Wesley Gillam has had little chance of romance, growing up in a strict Methodist household in the Dorset village of Tolpuddle....
Sherlock Holmes and the Four Corners of Hell
Three new Sherlock Holmes adventures by Séamus Duffy.
When three people are murdered in London in The Adventure of the Soho Picture Gallery, the murders are accompanied by unmistakable symbols of...
A Killer Past
Mary Harrington doesn’t want to revive her past. She certainly doesn’t want her son and granddaughter to know what she did forty-four years ago. But when two teenagers from a...
A Close Connection
A Close Connection tells the story of Eleanor and Henry Nightingale and Paula and Alan Walker, two very different couples brought together by the marriage of Nicola, the Nightingales’ daughter,...
Charleston Saved 1979–1989
Charleston Saved 1979–1989 tells the remarkable story of how the home of key members of the Bloomsbury set was brought back from ruin and lovingly restored to life.
When the painter...