News

  • Terrific review for Ithaca

    13 May 2016

    Patrick Dillon’s new historical novel Ithaca, an alternative retelling of the Odyssey, has had a great review from Publishers Weekly.

    ‘Dillon’s vibrant retelling… is as rich as it is complex. This is a smart and highly readable adventure, and a fresh take on a classic story.’

    Full review

  • The Black Door is in London top five

    13 May 2016

    Congratulations to Richard Aldrich and Rory Cormac whose The Black Door: Spies, Secret Intelligence and British Prime Ministers is no 5 in the Evening Standard’s non-fiction London Bestsellers.

  • Cathy Glass remains in top twenty

    12 May 2016

    Cathy Glass’s The Silent Cry is no 19 in paperback non-fiction list and has now spent three months in the bestseller lists.

  • Cathy Glass is no 11

    06 May 2016

    Congratulations to Cathy Glass whose The Silent Cry is no 11 this week.

  • Osprey two book deal for Christian Jennings

    28 Apr 2016

    Osprey have bought UK rights in Christian Jennings’s two wartime histories At War on the Gothic Line: : Fighting in Italy 1944-‘45 (shortly to be published by St Martin’s Press in the US) and Trieste ’45 : First Battle of the Cold War.

  • Cathy Glass ninth week in bestseller charts

    27 Apr 2016

    Cathy Glass’s The Silent Cry remains in the bestseller lists - this week at no 12.

  • Michael Curtin 1942-2016

    25 Apr 2016

    We’re sad to announce that the great Irish novelist Michael Curtin recently passed away. Michael’s many fans included Roddy Doyle, who described him as “one of Ireland’s best writers”. There was a nice tribute in the Limerick Leader.

    A sublime Limerick writer who inspired a generation

  • The Silent Cry remains in top ten

    21 Apr 2016

    Cathy Glass’s The Silent Cry is at no 9.

  • Film rights to Sins of the Mother sold

    18 Apr 2016

    Film rights to Sins of the Mother, written with Irene, Matt and Jennifer Kelly, have been sold to Unstoppable Urges Productions .Canadian-based producer Kelli Keiley optioned the film rights to the book, published by Macmillan in August 2015, after she was moved by the Kelly family’s heartbreaking story of a family coming to terms with mum Irene’s abusive past in Ireland.

  • The Silent Cry is no 8

    13 Apr 2016

    Congratulations to Cathy Glass whose The Silent Cry is at Number 8 this week.