• Third week in top ten for Damaged.

    20 Feb 2024

    Cathy Glass’s Damaged remains for a third week in the top ten. This week at no 5.

  • Caribbean police memoir to Bonnier

    19 Feb 2024

    Bonnier have bought World English rights in Richard Preston’s memoir of his two years as a police officer in the Caribbean Calypso Beat.

  • New Ann Cusack to Reach

    15 Feb 2024

    Reach have bought World English rights in The Letter by Sarah Sidebottom with Ann Cusack.

  • Recent Foreign Rights sales

    15 Feb 2024

    Cathy Glass’ Swedish publisher Nona for two more titles – A Life Lost and An Innocent Baby. Cathy Glass’ French publisher L’Archipel/Archipoche for A Long Way from Home,

    Polish rights for Daniel Tammet’s Nine Minds.

  • A Family of Kings optioned by Palomar Productions

    15 Feb 2024

    Palomar Productions have optioned Theo Aronson’s A Family of Kings: The Descendants of Christian IX of Denmark the story of the crowned children and grandchildren of Christian IX and Queen Louise of Denmark focusing on the half-century before the First World War.

  • Peter Watson biography optioned

    15 Feb 2024

    Maypole Productions have optioned Queer Saint: The Cultured Life of Peter Watson by Adrian Clark and Jeremy Dronfield.

  • Cathy Glass reissue straight in to top ten

    15 Feb 2024

    Congratulations to Cathy Glass whose first book Damaged, published in 2007, was reissued last week and went straight into the top ten at number 5 in the paperback non-fiction bestseller list. This week it is at no 3.

  • Recent Foreign Rights sales

    08 Feb 2024

    Korean rights in James Davies’s Sedated: : How Modern Capitalism Created Our Mental Health Crisis. Turkish rights in Geoff Roberts’ Stalin’s Library Polish rights in Steven Runciman’s The Medieval Manichee

  • The Boy Who Followed His Father Into Auschwitz nominated for award

    01 Feb 2024

    Congratulations to Jeremy Dronfield whose The Boy Who Followed His Father Into Auschwitz has been named as a Finalist for the National Jewish Book Awards in the Middle Grade Literature category.

  • Women in Intelligence short-listed for award.

    15 Jan 2024

    Helen Fry’s Women in Intelligence has been shortlisted for the Military History Matters Book of the Year Award.