News

This page lists recent news from the Andrew Lownie Literary Agency, as well as updates to the website and any other useful information.

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  • Oct 31 2014: Louisa Treger extract in Harper's Bazaar

    Harper’s Bazaar has published an extract from Louisa Treger’s debut novel The Lodger this week.

    There’s also another good review in the Huntingdon News.

  • Oct 30 2014: Roger Howard in the Spectator

    Roger Howard has written an article for the Spectator on ‘The Myth of the White Widow’, ahead of the release of his new Kindle Single Terror in the Tropics: Al-Qa’eda and the Attack on the Nairobi Shopping Mall.

    The Myth of the White Widow

  • Oct 29 2014: Jane Dismore writes for History Today

    A Rare Species: Britain’s Non-Royal Dukedoms

  • Oct 29 2014: Early interest in Tabloid Secrets

    Former News of the World chief reporter Neville Thurlbeck’s forthcoming book Tabloid Secrets is already generating considerable interest:

    Publisher buys book on former News of the World chief reporter Neville Thurlbeck’s ‘sensational scoops’

    Should Cameron be worried about Neville Thurlbeck’s New Year surprise?

  • Oct 29 2014: 100+ five-star reviews for Bye Mam, I Love You

    Sonia Oatley’s powerful memoir Bye Mam, I Love You already has more than a hundred five-star reviews, and remains in the Kindle top 20 bestsellers.

    Bye Mam, I Love You

  • Oct 28 2014: Nowhere to Go is at Number 6

    Congratulations to Casey Watson whose Nowhere to Go is at Number 6 in the paperback category of the Sunday Times bestsellers this week making two agency titles in the top six non-fiction paperback chart..

  • Oct 28 2014: The Child Bride is Number 4

    Congratulations to Cathy Glass whose latest fostering memoir The Child Bride remains in the paperback non-fiction list for a fifth week.

  • Oct 28 2014: More reviews for Louisa Treger

    ‘A beautifully intimate novel.’ Between the Covers

    ‘A literate, thoughtful and passionate first novel.’ Authorlink

    ‘Fascinating, well written… vibrant and believable.’ Booknerd

  • Oct 27 2014: History of Surveillance to OUP

    Professor Rhodri Jeffreys-Jones’ The Story of Surveillance: A Parable for Britain and America has been bought by OUP

  • Oct 27 2014: News of the World memoir to Biteback

    Biteback have bought Neville Thurlbeck’s memoir Tabloid Secrets, a fascinating, swashbuckling insight into some of the biggest and most sensational scoops by the News of the World’s legendary chief reporter .