Mainstream Publishing

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Mainstream Publishing
Parent company Random House
Founded 1978
Country of origin Scotland, UK
Headquarters location Edinburgh
Distribution The Book Service
Publication types Books

Mainstream Publishing was a publishing company in Edinburgh, Scotland. Founded in 1978, it ceased trading in December 2013.[1] It was associated with the Random House Group, who bought Mainstream in 2005.

Its publications include Magnus Magnusson's Fakers, Forgers and Phoneys (2005), Trevor White's Kitchen Con: Writing on the Restaurant Racket (2006), Gordon Brown's Britain's Everyday Heroes (2007), Henry Allingham's Kitchener's Last Volunteer (2008) (with Denis Goodwin) and Aisleyne Horgan-Wallace's Aisleyne: Surviving Guns, Gangs and Glamour (2009).

References

  1. ^ Charlotte Williams: Mainstream to cease publishing, 1 March 2013, The Bookseller.com (Retrieved 30 December 2016)
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