• Able Seacat Simon is no 13 in hardback fiction chart

    10 Feb 2016

    Congratulations to Lynne Barrett-Lee whose Able Seacat Simon remains in the hardback fiction bestseller list at no 13

  • Book on luck to Duckworth and Overlook

    09 Feb 2016

    Overlook and Duckworth have bought World English rights in Professor Gary Smith’s Lucky which looks at the importance of luck in everyday life. They published Standard Deviations: Flawed Assumptions,Tortured Data and Other Ways to Lie with Statistics

  • Lady Jane Grey biography to Michael O'Mara

    09 Feb 2016

    UK rights in Nicola Tallis’s Crown of Blood have been bought by Michael O’Mara. Pegasus publish in the United States later this year.

  • New Cathy Glass fostering memoir to Harper Collins

    09 Feb 2016

    Harper Collins have bought World rights in a new Cathy Glass fostering memoir Nobody’s Son about seven year-old Alex and his problems with his new foster family.

  • Film rights optioned in Castle of the Eagles: Escape from Mussolini's Colditz

    09 Feb 2016

    Film rights have been optioned in Mark Felton’s Castle of the Eagles: Escape from Mussolini’s Colditz by Entertainment One. St Martin’s Press and Icon publish next year.

  • Sidgwick buy Thistle Heart

    09 Feb 2016

    Sidgwick have bought World English rights in Thistle Heart : The true story of how one abused girl grew up to be a warrior by Jackie West with Katy Weitz, the story of a sexually abused girl drawn into the criminal underworld but who escaped to build a successful business career.

  • Able Seacat Simon enters chart at no 14

    31 Jan 2016

    Congratulations to Lynne Barrett-Lee whose Able Seacat Simon is number 14 in the Fiction Hardback chart this week.

  • Scarlet Women in Metro US

    20 Jan 2016

    Ian Graham’s Scarlet Women was a selection for Metro magazine’s feature on ‘Books for your feminist book club’. Books for your feminist book club

  • Recent Foreign Rights Sales

    14 Jan 2016

    Czech rights in The Girl With No Name: The Incredible True Story of the Girl Raised by Monkeys by Marina Chapman and Lynne Barrett-Lee - the 21st foreign sale.

    Italian rights in She’s a Boy by Joe Holliday and Louise Chapman.

    Croatian rights in Rachel Kelly’s Walking on Sunshine: 52 Small Steps to Happiness

    Chinese rights in John Worthen’s TS Eliot.

  • Nick Pope on BBC radio

    12 Jan 2016

    Nick Pope was interviewed as part of BBC radio’s UFO Special this week, discussing his book Encounter in Rendlesham Forest, recently published by Thistle Books.

    Full interview (begins at 1:36:30)