Welcome to Robert Hale

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

  • Writers’ Houses

    Writers’ Houses reflects Britain’s impressive literary and architectural heritage, offering a revealing insight into how leading British writers lived and wrote.

    Illustrated in colour, the book guides you through the...

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  • The Crime Writer’s Guide to Police Practice and Procedure

    Michael O'Byrne

    This new, fully updated edition of The Crime Writer’s Guide to Police Practice and Procedure is the essential detective in your pocket – something to reach for when your writing...

    £10.99 Add to cart
  • Picked Up, Patched Up and Sent Home

    Carl Walker

    In this personal, irreverent book, Carl Walker represents the average stories of average people whose lives are routinely and often unnoticeably held together by the people who work in the...

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  • Gallipoli

    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,...

    £12.99 Add to cart
  • The Bishop’s Brothels

    E.J. Burford

    Drawing on a wealth of contemporary source material, The Bishop’s Brothels is a fascinating social history of how commercial sex has been bought and sold in London for over a...

    £9.99 £7.00 Add to cart
  • A Duellist in Kansas

    Tom R Wade

    British Army officer John Carshalton is serving in Canada when he gets into a battle with a Frenchman over the affections of a girl. The dispute ends with Carshalton killing...

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  • Sherlock Holmes and the Unholy Trinity

    Paul D. Gilbert

    A colourfully dressed Bedouin brandishing a sword and wearing an ancient symbol of Christianity interrupts the breakfast of Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson with a cryptic message of warning: they...

    £19.99 £14.00 Add to cart
  • An Oxford Tragedy

    Norman Russell

    1894, Sir Montague Fowler, warden of St Michael’s College, Oxford, dies from apparent natural causes. Before long vicious rumours begin to circulate about the actual cause of his death, and...

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  • Imperfect Pretence

    Ann Barker

    Max Persault loves his sea-faring life as a ship-owner and merchant. When his cousin Alistair, the newly elevated Duke of Haslingfield, appeals for his help, he finds himself masquerading as...

    £11.99 £8.40 Add to cart
  • Give Me Tomorrow

    Jeanne Whitmee

    The Davies family is as dysfunctional as they come. When Frank marries a younger woman, Susan, his ten-year-old daughter Louise feels pushed out, and even more so when baby Karen...

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  • Reins of Satan

    Lee Clinton

    The reins of Satan are harnessed to the sins of violence. Civil War veteran Gabriel McDermott has spent the last thirty years as an enforcer for anyone who could pay....

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  • The Man from Jerusalem

    Jack Martin

    There are times when it seems that even the Good Lord above might have something personal against the town of Jerusalem – day after day the sun does its utmost...

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