Newton Compton editori

Newton Compton is an independent publishing house founded in Rome in 1969 by Vittorio Avanzini, who is still at the helm, now alongside his son Raffaello. Over time, Newton Compton has published thousands of titles. The house is known for its reissued classics and one of Italy’s strongest catalogues of genre fiction. The catalogue also includes essays and handbooks. Newton Compton has published many extraordinary best-sellers, including, in recent years, historical fiction by Marcello Simoni and Matteo Strukul, the romance novels by Felicia Kingsley, a gigaseller phenomenon, with more than 2 million copies sold and translations in 20 languages. Another of their big international success' is the novel Story of a Decent Family by Rosa Ventrella, sold in 20 countries.