• IRA book serialised in Mail

    09 Aug 2020

    Henry Gow’s Undercover War : Britain’s Special Forces And Their Battle Against The IRA was serialised in the Daily Mail.

  • Meghan & Harry is no 2

    09 Aug 2020

    Georgie Campbell’s Meghan and Harry : The Real Story is no 2 in the US bestseller list.

  • Corrupt Bodies shortlisted for CWA's Gold Dagger for Non-Fiction.

    07 Aug 2020

    Congratulations to Peter Everett and Kris Hollington whose Corrupt Bodies: Death and Dirty Dealing in a London Morguehas been shortlisted for the CWA’s Gold Dagger for Non-Fiction.

  • The Boy Who Followed His Father into Auschwitz is no 2

    24 Jul 2020

    Congratulations to Jeremy Dronfield whose The Boy Who Followed His Father into Auschwitz is no 2 in Canada after eight weeks in the bestseller list.

  • Recent Foreign Rights sales

    24 Jul 2020

    Russian rights in Georgie Campbell’s Meghan and Harry :The Real Story

    Lithuanian rights in Roger Crowley’s Constantinople

    Czech rights in Patrick Dillon’s The Story of Buildings.

  • Stunt women's memoir to Icon

    16 Jul 2020

    Icon have bought World English rights in stunt woman Amanda Foster’s memoir Strong written with Katy Weitz.

  • Recent Foreign Rights sales

    15 Jul 2020

    Estonian rights in Lady Colin Campbell’s Meghan and Harry : The Real Story.

    Hungarian rights in Adrian Gilberts’s Waffen SS: A Military History.

    Turkish rights in Sean McMeekin;’s Stalin’s War: A New History of World War Two

    Czech rights in Daniel Tammet’s memoir Born on a Blue Day.

  • 9th week on bestseller list for The Brideship Wife

    13 Jul 2020

    Leslie Howard’s The Brideship Wife is on both the Toronto Star and Globe and Mail best sellers list for the ninth consecutive week

  • What the Greeks did for us to Yale

    13 Jul 2020

    Yale University Press have bought World rights in Tony Spawforth’s What the Greeks did for us.

  • Two-book deal with Head of Zeus for Mary Hollingsworth

    07 Jul 2020

    Head of Zeus have made a two-book world right deal with Mary Hollingsworth for a life of Catherine de Medici and on the papal conclave of 1559.