News

  • Nobody's Son stays in bestseller lists.

    12 May 2017

    Cathy Glass’s Nobody’s Son has retained its Number 18 place in the charts this week.

  • Blood Sisters is at no 11 in the paperback bestseller lists

    03 May 2017

    Congratulations to Julie Shaw and Lynne Barrett-Lee whose Blood Sisters is at no 11 in the paperback chart.

  • Cathy Glass at no 18

    03 May 2017

    Congratulations to Cathy Glass whose Nobody’s Son remains at Number 18 in the Sunday Times bestsellers this week.

  • Raise Your Grade selected on 'Best GCSE Books' list

    02 May 2017

    Denise Gossage’s innovative new revision guide Raise Your Grade has been given an excellent review, and selected as part of a ‘Best GCSE Books’ list.

    ‘With an innovative and unique approach to GCSE revision, Dr. Denise Gossage’s Raise Your Grade gives students an engaging and useful guide to passing exams with relative ease.’

    Best GCSE Books

  • Biography of Clare Hollingworth optioned for film.

    30 Apr 2017

    Patrick’s Garrett’s biography of his great aunt, the journalist Clare Hollingworth,
    Of Fortunes and War, has been optioned by Eclipse Films.

  • Recent Foreign Rights sales

    30 Apr 2017

    Czech rights in Mark Felton’s Castle of the Eagles.

    Russian rights in Cathy Glass’s Will You Love Me?

    Italian rights in Christian Jennings’s Flashpoint Trieste.

    Czech rights in Danny Orbach’s The Plots Against Hitler.

  • Cathy Glass enters third month in bestseller lists

    27 Apr 2017

    Cathy Glass’s Nobody’s Son is at Number 18 in the paperback non-fiction bestsellers this week. It has been in the bestseller list continuously since 1st March spending the first two weeks at no 1.

  • Blood Sisters enters bestseller list

    25 Apr 2017

    Congratulations to Julie Shaw and Lynne Barrett-Lee whose Blood Sisters, published on 20th April, has gone in at #16 in the non-fiction paperback chart on its first partial week.

  • Cathy Glass at no 13

    19 Apr 2017

    Cathy Glass’s Nobody’s Son remains in the bestseller list for another week - this time at no 13.

  • History of wartime escape and evasion organisation MI9 to Yale

    19 Apr 2017

    Yale have bought World English rights in Helen Fry’s MI9, the Second World War organisation responsible for the escape and evasion of captured Allied pilots and soldiers, and closely linked to MI6 and SOE. The book taps into new stories and declassified files, including fresh discoveries about MI9’s training at Intelligence School 9 (IS9), the ingenious gadgets created by MI9’s quirky boffins (MI9’s own “James Bond”), all linked to Camp X in Canada, and MIS-X (the American equivalent of MI9).