News

  • Nesbit biography picked by Sunday Times

    07 Dec 2019

    Congratulations to Eleanor Fitzsimons whose The Life and Loves of Edith Nesbit: Victorian Iconoclast, Children’s Author, and Creator of The Railway Children was picked as a biography of the year by the Sunday Times.

  • New Cathy Glass to Harper Collins

    07 Dec 2019

    Harper Collins have bought World rights in Cathy Glass’s A Dreadful Secret, the story of fourteen-year old Layla who puts herself into foster care because of problems at home.

  • The Lenin Plot: The true story of America’s war against Russia sold in UK

    07 Dec 2019

    Amberley have bought UK rights in Barnes Carr’s The Lenin Plot: The true story of America’s war against Russia

  • Spy book to The History Press

    07 Dec 2019

    UK rights in American Detective: Leon Turrou and the Exposure of the Nazi Spy Ring in America by Rhodri Jeffreys-Jones have been bought by The History Press

  • Another week for The Boy Who Followed His Father into Auschwitz

    25 Nov 2019

    Jeremy Dronfield’s The Boy Who Followed His Father into Auschwitz remains in the paperback bestseller list at no 7.

  • Recent Foreign Rights sales

    25 Nov 2019

    Turkish rights in Nessa Carey’s Hacking the Code of Life: How gene editing will rewrite our futures.

    Hungarian rights in David Lough’s No More Champagne: Churchill and his Money.

    Swedish rights in Tressa: The 12-Year-Old-Mum by Tressa Middleton with Katy Weitz

  • Dronfield is no 8

    14 Nov 2019

    Jeremy Dronfield is no 8 in the paperback non-fiction list for The Boy Who Followed His Father into Auschwitz

  • Dronfield remains in bestseller list

    11 Nov 2019

    Congratulations to Jeremy Dronfield whose The Boy Who Followed His Father into Auschwitz remains in the Sunday Times paperback bestseller list at no 6.

  • Tom Devine short-listed for Saltire Prize

    30 Oct 2019

    Tom Devine has been short,listed for The Saltire Scottish Research Book of the Year Award for his most recent book The Scottish Clearances : A History of the Dispossessed 1500-1900.

  • Two agency books in top ten

    30 Oct 2019

    Congratulations to Jeremy Dronfield who is no 6 for The Boy Who Followed His Father into Auschwitz and Cathy Glass who is no 10 for Innocent in the paperback non-fiction list.