2016 is the 350th anniversary of the Great Fire of London and we have just published After the Fire: London Churches in the Age of Wren, Hooke, Hawksmoor and Gibbs by Angelo Hornak, a glorious photographic survey of the London churches built in the sixty years after the Great Fire.
We have four new books coming out in October - You Should Have Been Here Last Week: Sharp Cuttings of a Garden Writer by Tim Richarson; Landscape of Dreams: The Gardens of Isabel and Julian Bannerman; On the Fringe: A Life in Decorating by Imogen Taylor, and Posh Dogs, a glorious collection of photographs of dogs, from pages of Country Life magazine. For more details of these titles, see BOOKS, or browse our Autumn 2016 catalogue, on the right of this page.
You will find our books in all good bookshops. If you want to buy online and cannot find our books on Amazon.co.uk, we suggest you go instead to our favourite online retailers - Books etc., http://www.booksetc.co.uk/and The Hive, http://www.hive.co.uk/.
If you are a bookshop, see ABOUT US to find out how to order.
"The newly-minted British publishing house Pimpernel Press has produced a clutch of excellent gardening books...." – Irish Times
"a fine new publisher on art and gardens" – Evening Standard (on choosing three of our titles as examples of the Best Gardening Books of 2015)
"Pimpernel seem well-advised in their choice of first books" – Hortus
"First order of merit goes to the Pimpernel Press." – Telegraph (on our bringing back into print three books by Osbert Lancaster)