Rider is a publishing imprint of Ebury Publishing, a Penguin Random House division. The list was started by William Rider & Son in Britain in 1908 when he took over the occult publisher Phillip Wellby. The editorial director of the new list was Ralph Shirley and under his direction, they began to publish titles as varied as the Rider–Waite tarot deck and Bram Stoker's Dracula.

Parent companyPenguin Random House
FounderWilliam Rider & Son
Country of originUnited Kingdom
Headquarters locationLondon

Today the Rider motto is "New Ideas for New Ways of Living" and books and authors on the list reflects this. There are still books on the paranormal, with authors like Raymond Moody and Colin Fry; on astral projection with authors Sylvan Muldoon and Hereward Carrington; and spirituality, with books by the Dalai Lama and Jack Kornfield; but there are also books on current and international affairs by authors as diverse as Nobel Prize-winners Archbishop Desmond Tutu and Shirin Ebadi.

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  • Vera Stanley Alder, The Finding of the Third Eye, 1938
  • Vera Stanley Alder, The Initiation of the World, 1939
  • Vera Stanley Alder, The Fifth Dimension, 1940
  • Vera Stanley Alder, Wisdom in Practice, 1942
  • Vera Stanley Alder, The Secret of the Atomic Age, 1958
  • Vera Stanley Alder, From the Mundane to the Magnificent, 1979
  • Paul Brunton, A Search in Secret India, 1934
  • Paul Brunton, The Secret Path, 1935
  • Paul Brunton, A Search in Secret Egypt, 1936
  • Paul Brunton, A Message from Arunachala, 1936
  • Paul Brunton, A Hermit in the Himalayas, 1936
  • Paul Brunton, The Quest of the Overself, 1937
  • Paul Brunton, Wisdom of the Overself, 1943
  • Gerald Gardner, Witchcraft Today, 1954
  • J. G. Carew Gibson, Communication with the Dead, 1930
  • Tony Hogan, Born to Heal, 2002
  • Karlfried Graf Dürckheim, The Japanese Cult of Tranquility, 1960
  • Arthur Osborne, The Incredible Sai Baba, 1957
  • Jonathan Yardley, States of Mind: A Personal Journey Through the Mid-Atlantic, 1993, ISBN 0-394-58911-4
  • Ben Okri, Tales of Freedom, 2010, ISBN 978-1846041594[1]

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  1. ^ Daniel, Lucy (30 March 2009). "Tales of Freedom by Ben Okri: review". The Telegraph. Retrieved 25 September 2022.