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Saint Andrew Press

Saint Andrew Press was founded in 1954 to publish the works of William Barclay. Since then, over 17 million copies of William Barclay’s bible commentaries have been sold, and continue to sell around the world. Saint Andrew Press now publishes a broad range of titles catering to a wide, international readership, bringing titles that imaginatively help readers explore spirituality, faith, culture and ethical and moral issues in today’s world.

Bestsellers include Looking for Mrs Livingstone by Julie Davidson, Reformation, journalist Harry Reid’s magnum opus (published to coincide with the 500th anniversary of Calvin’s birth) and Black Diamonds and the Blue Brazil by Ron Ferguson.

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