Barrie & Jenkins
|Parent company||Random House|
|Country of origin||United Kingdom|
Barrie & Jenkins was a small British publishing house that was formed in 1964 from the merger of the companies Herbert Jenkins (founded by English writer Herbert George Jenkins) and Barrie & Rockliff. One of their most notable authors was P. G. Wodehouse, whose titles came from the Herbert Jenkins portfolio of writers. The Barrie Group eventually comprised Barrie & Rockliff, the Cresset Press, Herbert Jenkins and Hammond & Hammond.
Barrie & Jenkins continues to exist as a specialist imprint mainly for hardback editions within the Random House stable.
- Leventhal, Lionel. "Tail Piece: A Profession for Gentlemen". Archived from the original on 28 September 2007. Retrieved 2007-09-03.
- List of books published by Barrie & Jenkins
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