News

  • Edith Nesbit wins Rubery non-fiction prize

    01 Jul 2020

    Congratulations to Eleanor Fitzsimons whose The Life and Loves of Edith Nesbit: Victorian Iconoclast, Children’s Author, and Creator of The Railway Children has won the Rubery Non-fiction Prize.

  • Sixth week on bestseller list for The Brideship Wife

    27 Jun 2020

    Leslie Howard’s The Brideship Wife has jumped from #7 to #5 on both the Toronto Star and Globe and Mail Canadian best sellers lists this week. This is the sixth week on both lists.

  • Psychological thriller to Harper Collins

    19 Jun 2020

    Harper Collins have bought world rights in Lisa Stone’s latest psychological thriller Faces at the Window.

  • Edith Nesbitt biography short-listed for Rubery Prize

    19 Jun 2020

    Congratulations to Eleanor Fitzsimons whose The Life and Loves of Edith Nesbit: Victorian Iconoclast, Children’s Author, and Creator of The Railway Children has been short-listed for the Rubery Non-fiction Prize as her book Wilde’s Women was in 2017

  • Dronfield no 1 in Canada

    19 Jun 2020

    Jeremy Dronfield’s The Boy Who Followed His Father into Auschwitz is no 1 in the Canadian best seller lists this week.

  • Fifth week for The Brideship Wife in bestseller lists

    19 Jun 2020

    Leslie Howard remains for a fifth week in the bestseller lists at Toronto Globe and Mail and Toronto Star – this week at no 7 – for The Brideship Wife.

  • Book on Lagos to Hurst

    19 Jun 2020

    Hurst have bought world rights in Tim Cocks’ Supernatural City : Tales of Survival, Spirituality and the Struggle for Power in Lagos

  • Dronfield remains at no 2

    11 Jun 2020

    Jeremy Dronfield’s The Boy Who Followed His Father into Auschwitz is #2 spot for a second week in the Canadian best seller list.

  • New Cathy Glass memoir to Harper Collins

    10 Jun 2020

    Harper Collins have bought world rights in Cathy Glass’s latest fostering memoir A Life Lost about ten year-old Jackson.

  • The Brideship Wife remains in bestseller lists for a month

    07 Jun 2020

    Leslie Howard’s The Brideship Wife is #8 and #9 on the Toronto Star and Globe and Mail Canadian fiction bestseller lists this week