News

  • The Interceptor is no 1

    08 Jul 2010

    Congratulations to Cameron Addicott whose memoir The Interceptor has gone in straight in at No 1 True Crime on Amazon.

  • Widespread publicity for Cruise Ship SOS

    08 Jul 2010

    Congratulations to Ben MacFarlane whose new book, Cruise Ship SOS, received widespread coverage in the Mail on Sunday, News of the World and Independent last week.

  • Embracing the Wide Sky is French bestseller

    08 Jul 2010

    The French version of Daniel Tammet’s Embracing the Wide Sky ,which he translated himself, has sold more than 60,000 copies in hardcover, making it one of the country’s bestselling books of 2009.

    Daniel was invited to an award ceremony in Paris where he met several acamediciens, famous francophone novelists, and the former President Jacques Chirac . You can see a photo here: http://www.lexpress.fr/culture/livre/les-best-sellers-de-l-annee-2009-reunis-au-fouquet-s_857556.html (he’s top right)

  • GCHQ book in top ten Amazon history bestsellers

    22 Jun 2010

    Richard Aldrich’s magisterial history of GCHQ published this week has been a top ten history bestseller on Amazon.

  • God's Philosophers long-listed for Royal Society Prize

    22 Jun 2010

    Congratulations to James Hannam whose God’s Philosophers is on the longlist of The Royal Society 2010 Prize for Science Books.

  • Juliet Barker's Conquest in top fifty

    22 Jun 2010

    Congratulations to Juliet Barker whose book on the English Kingdom in France during the Hundred Years War Conquest enters the paperback non-fiction lists at No 48.

  • More bestsellers

    10 Jun 2010

    Doug Beattie’s Task Force Helmand is no 48 in paperback non-fiction and Duncan Falconer’s Traitor at no 45 in hardback fiction.

  • More bestsellers this week

    20 May 2010

    Duncan Falconer’s Traitor was no 18 last week and is now no 28 in the hardback fiction bestseller list whilst Doug Beattie’s Task Force Helmand was respectively no 32 and no 36 in the paperback bestseller list.

  • Spear’s magazine book award

    20 May 2010

    Congratulations to Marcus Scriven whose Splendour and Squalor has been shortlisted for the Spear’s magazine book award in the ‘family or social history’ category.

  • Two agency books in bestseller lists

    10 May 2010

    Congratulations to Duncan Falconer whose thriller Traitor is no 22 in the hardback fiction list and Doug Beattie whose second volume of memoir Task Force Helmand is no 50 in the paperback non-fiction list.