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  • Oct 20 2014: US rights in Hitler's Forgotten Children to Penguin


    US rights in Hitler’s Forgotten Children , the powerful, first-person account of being at the heart of one of the Nazi’s cruellest and most obscene experiments - the Lebensborn  program to create a new Aryan master race - have been sold to Penguin at auction with St Martin’s Press as under-bidder.

  • Oct 20 2014: History of Daily Mail to Oneworld


    Oneworld have bought  World English rights in Adrian Addison’s  Mail Men : The story of the Daily Mail - the Paper that Divided and Conquered Britain to be published next summer.


  • Oct 17 2014: Lynne Barrett-Lee on ghostwriting


  • Oct 17 2014: Bye Mam, I Love You nears the top 50

    Sonia Oatley’s powerful new memoir Bye Mam, I Love You - A daughter’s last words. A mother’s search for justice. The shocking true story of the murder of Rebecca Aylward is up to #53 in the Kindle bestseller list.

    Bye Mam, I Love You

  • Oct 16 2014: Lots of publicity for Louisa Treger

    Louisa Treger’s debut novel The Lodger launched this week, and has already generated a lot of interest, including the following:

    ‘If you’re a history buff, a fan of biographies, or simply someone who wants to read a very well-written book, The Lodger should definitely be added to your “To Read” list.’
    Daily Quirk review

    ‘A new writer of poise, intelligence, and feeling.’
    Literary Inklings

    ‘This is a powerful story of how one woman found her voice against seemingly impossible odds. Highly Recommended.’
    Two Ends of the Pen

    ‘A beautifully intimate novel.’
    Reading Lark

    ‘Very well written.’
    Canadian Book Addict

    Daily Quirk interview

    Radio interview with Cyrus Webb

    Conversations Book Club (chosen as Must Read)

    Jen’s Jewels (Book Club pick)

  • Oct 16 2014: More publicity for The Devil on the Doorstep

    Interest continues to build in Annabelle Forest’s shocking memoir The Devil on the Doorstep. This week there was a double-page spread in Best magazine, as well as this piece in the Llanelli Star.

    Devil on the Doorstep co-author speaks out about ‘shocking’ book

  • Oct 16 2014: Monica Porter on Jewish men

    Monica Porter has written an amusing piece for the Jewish Chronicle tackling the question: Do Jewish men make the best lovers?

  • Oct 15 2014: Andrew Lownie agency announces Greek collaboration

    The agency is delighted to announce that it will be working in future with the Greek literary agency Ersilia for placing rights in Greece.

    Ersilia Literary Agency

  • Oct 15 2014: Cathy Glass no 3

    Congratulations to Cathy Glass whose The Child Bride remains in the non-fiction paperback list - this week at no 3.

  • Oct 15 2014: Louisa Treger on Dorothy Richardson

    Louisa Treger has written a piece for Women Writers, Women’s Books about Dorothy Richardson, the subject of her debut novel The Lodger.