About Random House Books
Random House Books publishes a wide range of quality non-fiction, from economics and popular psychology to history and biography. The business element of the list boasts such well-known and highly regarded authors as Jim Collins (Good to Great and Great by Choice), Chris Anderson (The Long Tail and Makers), Sir Terry Leahy (Management in 10 Words), and Chip and Dan Heath (Made to Stick and Decisive). More generally, the imprint covers books on topics such as language (Simon Heffer’s Strictly English), history (Dan Cruickshank’s The Secret History of Georgian London, Clarissa Dickson Wright’s History of English Food) and popular culture (Mark Kermode’s The Good, the Bad and the Multiplex, Steve Roud’s London Lore). Random House Books is also proud to be the publisher of John Cleese’s autobiography, So, Anyway.