Hachette

Hachette New Zealand is part of Hachette Book Group, a large international publishing company. With sister companies in Australia, UK and the US, we have amazing opportunities to work with some of the biggest names in the industry.

We are very proud to publish a small but perfectly formed selection of NZ titles including iconic brands such as Edmonds and Digby Law as well as the award-winning children’s author and illustrator Donovan Bixley.

We also distribute a stellar collection of internationally bestselling authors including Alexander McCall Smith, Anita Shreve, Anna Smaill, Brandon Sanderson, Charlaine Harris, Chris Ryan, Daisy Meadows,David Lagercrantz, Donna Tartt, Elizabeth George, Ian Rankin, Janet Evanovich, J.K. Rowling, John Grisham, Maeve Binchy, Margaret Mahy, Martina Cole, Nalini Singh, Nicholas Sparks, Nicky Pellegrino, Nora Roberts, Robert Jordan, Robert Muchamore, Sarah Waters, Stephen King, and Tasmina Perry.

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Books

Lucy Dillon’s uplifting and satisfying new comfort read, about family and love, offers a satisfying literary escape that will tug at your heartstrings. Chock-full of thought-provoking themes that include parenting, marriage, honesty and choices, All I Ever Wanted tackles both emotional issues and family dynamics in an easy, well-paced story, complete with a loveable pair… Read More

Magpie Murders is the latest novel written by Anthony Horowitz, the acclaimed author of the Alex Rider and The Power of Five series. “Magpie Murders” is also the name of the mystery novel within Horowitz’s novel, written by Alan Conway. “Magpie Murders” is Conway’s final book in his Atticus Pünd detective series, which are set… Read More

Lian Hearn lives in Australia and writes novels set in Japan. Earlier this year I read her first novel in this series, Emperor of the Eight Islands. Her second, called Lord of the Darkwood, completes the tale of Shikanoko. Unusually, I thought the second book was far better than the first in the series. I… Read More

Growing up in a small town, with small-minded neighbours and over-protective parents, Agnes has always felt constricted. With Agnes being the younger daughter, and legally blind, her parents find a myriad of ways to micro-manage  her life. And for the most part Agnes has been fine with that. Until Bo Dickinson comes onto the scene… Read More

The day begins like any other Saturday - a shower, coffee, breakfast. But suddenly, all hell breaks lose in the small town of Promise Falls. People are dying in the streets and the hospital is completely overwhelmed. Detective Barry Duckworth is already investigating two murders and an explosion. He starts to wonder about the crimes… Read More

It sounds like a very ambitious title, but the reality is that Dr Adam Rutherford is simply claiming that we are all the same. We are all Homo sapiens and that hasn’t changed in a long time. The book is in essence all about a strand of evidence called DNA and Rutherford helps us to… Read More

It’s great to see well-known New  Zealand illustrator Donovan Bixley turn his hand to bilingual Te Reo/English board books for young readers. Bright and bold, My first board book: Colours and My first board book: Animals are the first in the series of a planned four titles. With the growing use of Maori in early… Read More

If you’re looking for a gripping thriller with a twist of romance then Karen Rose’s latest book Every Dark Corner is for you. It’s satisfying to spend time with a complex and competent female heroine and Agent Kate Coppola has all the attributes often reserved for male characters in thrillers. She’s a crack shot, fearless… Read More

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