News

  • Recent Foreign Rights sales

    09 Jul 2019

    Russian rights in Corrupt Bodies: Death and Dirty Dealing in a London Morgue by Peter Everett with Kris Hollington.

    Italian rights in Tony Spawforth’s The Story of Greece and Rome.

    German rights in Hitler’s Forgotten Children by Ingrid von Oelhafen with Tim Tate.

  • Dictionary to give comfort in tough times to Elliott & Thompson

    09 Jul 2019

    Elliott & Thompson have bought World English rights in Paul Jones’s latest reference book A Dictionary of Hope: Kind Words For Unkind Times .

  • Persian cookbook wins award

    28 Jun 2019

    Maryam Sinaiee’s Persian cookbook Nightingales and Roses won the Best First Book award of the Guild of Food Writers last night.

  • Lisa Stone thriller to Avon

    28 Jun 2019

    World rights in Lisa Stone’s fourth novel Missing have been sold to Avon.

  • Revisionist book on Dieppe Raid to Icon

    28 Jun 2019

    World English rights excluding Canada in David O’Keefe’s new take on the Dieppe Raid One Day in August have been bought by Icon.

  • Lynne Barrett-Lee psychological thriller sold to Amazon

    28 Jun 2019

    World English rights in Lynne Barrett-Lee’s Can You See Me a tense, dark, psychological thriller, exploring themes of privilege, birth-right, betrayal and revenge have been sold to Amazon.

  • New Cathy Glass to Harper Collins

    28 Jun 2019

    Harper Collins have bought world rights in Cathy Glass’s latest fostering memoir Too Scared to Tell.

  • Book on IRA to Bonnier

    28 Jun 2019

    Bonnier have bought World English rights in The Undercover War in Northern Ireland:: Britain’s Special Forces and their battle against the IRA by Harry Gow.

  • Book on Boothby and the Kray Brothers sold to History Press

    28 Jun 2019

    The History Press have bought UK & Commonwealth rights in Dan Smith’s The Peer and the Gangster: A Very British Cover-Up

  • New Casey Watson memoir to Harper Collins

    28 Jun 2019

    World English rights in the latest fostering memoir from Casey Watson and Lynne Barrett-Lee Twenty Eight Days have been bought by Harper Collins