News

  • A Baby's Cry remains in best seller lists.

    31 May 2012

    A Baby’s Cry by Cathy Glass remains in the paperback non-fiction list at no 17 this week.

  • Agency title remains no 2

    31 May 2012

    Sam Faiers’s Living Life the Essex Way, ghosted by Emma Donnan, remains at no 2 in the hardback non-fiction list this week.

  • SS history is Main Selection offer from Military Book Club in the US.

    25 May 2012

    Congratulations to Adrian Weale whose history of the SS has just been chosen as a Main Selection offer from Military Book Club in the US.

  • Three agency titles in best seller lists

    24 May 2012

    Congratulations to Emma Donnan the ghost on Living Life the Essex Way, her first book, which was no 6 in the hardback non-fiction list last week and is no 2 this week.

    Cathy Glass’s A Baby’s Cry remains in the paperback non-fiction list at no 14 as does Lynne Barrett-Lee’s The Baby Laundry for Unmarried Mothers at no 18.

  • Two more foreign rights sales

    12 May 2012

    Portuguese rights in Casey Watson’s The Boy No One Loved and Crying for Help to Presenca and Romanian rights in Daniel Tammet’s Born on a Blue Day to Editura Philobia.

  • Two Agency Titles in Top Ten

    12 May 2012

    This week’s Bookseller non-fiction paperback list has Cathy Glass’s A Baby’s Cry at no 5 and The Baby Laundry for Unmarried Mothers ghosted by Lynne Barrett-Lee at no 10.

  • The Baby Laundry for Unmarried Mothers is no 13

    11 May 2012

    Congratulations to Lynne Barrett-Lee the ghost on The Baby Laundry for Unmarried Mothers which remains in the paperback non-fiction bestseller list at no 13.

  • A Baby's Cry at no 12

    10 May 2012

    Congratulations to Cathy Glass whose A Baby’s Cry remains in the best seller list at #12.

  • MJ Trow long-listed for this year's Dagger in the Library Award

    10 May 2012

    Congratulations to MJ Trow who has been long-listed for this year’s Dagger in the Library Award . This is awarded for an author’s body of work rather than an individual book, the stipulation is that it’s for British authors who have had at least three books published and the writers are nominated by library users and chosen by a panel of librarians. The shortlist will be announced at CrimeFest in Bristol on Friday, May 25th.

  • SOE Agent biography to St Martin's Press

    10 May 2012

    US rights in Clare Mulley’s life of the World War Two SOE agent Christine Granville, to be published by Macmillan in UK, have been sold to St Martin’s Press with Penguin the under-bidder.