News

  • Two cricket titles to Pitch Publishing

    29 Mar 2019

    Pitch Publishing have bought World English rights in Mark Peel’s next two cricketing titles - Cricketing Caesar: The Biography of Mike Brearley and ‘The Hollow Crown: The England Cricket Captaincy from 1945 to the Present.

  • Sex victim memoir to Collins

    22 Mar 2019

    Ragdoll: One Woman’s Remarkable Escape from a Living Hell by Sophie Crocket with Douglas Wight is a damning indictment on how sex victims are treated by the criminal justice system

  • The Lenin Plot: The true story of America’s war against Russia to Pegasus

    22 Mar 2019

    World English rights in The Lenin Plot: The true story of America’s war against Russia by Barnes Carr have been bought by Pegasus.

  • The New Opium on how mental heath is being treated is sold to Atlantic

    22 Mar 2019

    Atlantic have bought UK & Commonwealth rights (excluding Canada) in Dr James Davies’s The New Opium:Capitalism, Mental Health and the Sedation of a Nation. The book argues governments now are more preoccupied with sedating us, depoliticising our discontent and keeping us productive and subservient to the economic status quo, than with understanding and solving the real roots of our emotional despair.

  • Book on air pollution to Icon

    22 Mar 2019

    UK & Commonwealth rights (excluding Canada) in Breathless: How air pollution became the world’s biggest killer by Chris Woodford have been bought by Icon.

  • Memoir of two Dutch girls groomed as prostitutes sold to Orion

    22 Mar 2019

    World English rights in Body to Rent by Anna Hendriks and Olivia Smit with Tim Tate have been bought by Orion.

  • Freeing Jihadi Brides to Octopus

    19 Mar 2019

    World English rights in Freeing Jihadi Brides by John Carney with Clifford Thurlow have been bought by Octopus for publication in July.

  • Mark Peel short-listed for Cricket Society/MCC book award

    19 Mar 2019

    Congratulations to Mark Peel whose Ambassadors of Goodwill, MCC tours 1946/47-1970/71 is among the six titles short-listed for The Cricket Society and MCC Book of the Year Award. The winners will be announced at Lord’s on Tuesday 16 April .

  • Cathy Glass remains in bestseller list

    14 Mar 2019

    Congratulations to Cathy Glass whose memoir Finding Stevie remains in the top ten at no 9.

  • Recent Foreign Rights sales

    13 Mar 2019

    Armenian and Russian rights in Jon Conlin’s Mr Five Per Cent: : the many lives of Calouste Gulbenkian, the world’s richest man.

    Croatian and Romanian rights in Adrian Gilbert’s Waffen SS: A Military History.

    Czech rights in Sam Pivnik’s Survivor: Auschwitz, The Death March and My Fight for Freedom

    Chinese rights in Hitler’s Last Stand by Ian Sayer and Jeremy Dronfield.

    French rights in Casey Watson’s A Dark Secret.