News

  • Cathy Glass is no 3

    14 Oct 2018

    Cathy Glass’s Where Has Mummy Gone? is no 3 for a fifth week.

  • Solution to Marilyn Monroe death sold to Da Capo

    09 Oct 2018

    Da Capo have bought World English rights in Bombshell by a former member of the LAPD which sheds new light on the murder of Marilyn Monroe.

  • Patrick Dillon's narrative history to Laurence King

    09 Oct 2018

    Laurence King have bought world rights in Patrick Dillon’s The Story of People, which follows his Story of Britain and Story of Buildings, and through fifty short stories narrates our history from the beginnings of farming and pottery through to the internet.

  • Memoirs of mortician to Icon

    06 Oct 2018

    World English rights in Corrupt Bodies, the memoirs of mortuary superintendent Peter Everett, written with Kris Hollington, have been bought by Icon.

  • Cathy Glass is no 3

    03 Oct 2018

    Congratulations to Cathy Glass whose Where Has Mummy Gone? remains steady at Number 3 in the paperback bestsellers this week.

  • Cathy Glass is no 3 for third week

    27 Sep 2018

    Cathy Glass’s Where Has Mummy Gone? is number 3 for a third week in the Sunday Times paperback bestsellers.

  • drone-war-book-serialised

    24 Sep 2018

    Peter Lee’s Reaper Force : The Inside Story of Britain’s Drone Wars was serialised in the Mail on Sunday.

  • Cathy Glass remains at no 3

    23 Sep 2018

    Cathy Glass’s Where Has Mummy Gone? is at Number 3 in the Sunday Times paperback bestsellers chart for a second week.

  • Pandemic 1918 on BBC

    14 Sep 2018

    Catharine Arnold, author of Pandemic 1918 will be appearing in BBC2’s ‘The flu that killed 50 million” on Tuesday 25th September

  • Recent Foreign Rights sales

    14 Sep 2018

    Hungarian rights for Marina Chapman’s The Girl With No Name: The Incredible True Story of the Girl Raised by Monkeys .

    Hungarian rights for Jeremy Dronfield’s The Boy Who Followed His Father into Auschwitz.

    Dutch rights for Cathy Glass’s Where Has Mummy Gone?

    Turkish rights for Daniel Tammet’s Every Word is a Bird We Teach to Sing .