This section lists the Agency's books that are on offer to publishers in the UK and the US.
Biography of British intelligence agent ‘Reginald Teague-Jones, almost entirely overlooked in intelligence history, placing him where he deserves to be: at the heart of the British counter-intelligence effort against numerous adversaries during the first half of the Twentieth Century.
Tells Martha Dodd’s full story: from her many dalliances among Hitler’s inner circle, to her work in Soviet spy rings in America, to her and her husband’s role in Henry Wallace’s disastrous 1948 presidential campaign, her years under FBI surveillance, her escape, and lonely exile and death in Prague.
With a cast of characters that include an ageing rock star, a malamute husky called Alaska, some campaigning Bag Ladies and a hamster who goes by the name Mark Rothko, Times Like these is a comedy of romantic errors that examines what happens when walls start coming down; walls that are both actual and emotional.
A novel set agaiunst the Spanish Civil War.
Breathless is a compelling guide to one of the 21st century’s most pressing global issues.
The first popular book of its kind to illuminate how the grand economic reforms of our times have corrupted how we now understand and manage our emotional suffering, leading to worsening mental health outcomes and disability overall.
Helena's shocking investigation shatters the illusion that zoos are there for conservation, and with interviews with celebrities, campaigners and zoo insiders she tells the fascinating, if painful, story of the modern zoo - and whether it will exist in years to come.
The shocking story of how China covered-up, supressed scientific information, and deliberately lied about the lab leak at Wuhan.
What exactly did Great Britain and the United States, as well as their European allies and neutral countries, know, or not know, about the ongoing Holocaust? And what exactly did the Allies do, or not do about it? And how, when and why? Code Orange is the inside account, the first book written in English that brings together all elements of the story.
Don’t Let’s Be Beastly to the Germans recounts the political and military history of the occupation alongside compelling, heartwarming, and, at times, scandalous tales of life amid the ruins of the Third Reich.
Empires of the Wind is the story of six crucial decades, 1511-1571, from the Portuguese conquest of Malacca to the founding of Manila – a defining moment, when the world ‘went global’.
Ghosts of the Rhine, meticulously researched from eye-witness accounts of survivors, official documentation from American, British, French and Soviet archives, newspaper articles, diaries and personal interviews, shows how conditions in the German POW camps, were every bit as ghastly as the Nazi labour camps liberated in 1945.
At once a deconstruction and reconstruction of a hidden history, ‘Kitty’s Salon’ is a gripping true story of historical detection that sheds a harsh light on one of the darkest last secrets of the Third Reich.
Nazis, Communists and Spies is the first narrative history of occupied Germany to focus on espionage, a secret history of shootouts, deception, torture, murder, Nazis, Communists, soldiers and spies.
R T Howard
A revisionist account of how British Intelligence worked closely with the exiled governments that the Poles, Czechs and others ran from Paris and then London and the intelligence services of some neutral countries, such as the United States, Switzerland, Spain, Vichy France, Sweden and Portugal in their fight against Nazi Germany.
The memoir of a young, female, forensic psychologist who, bruised by her own childhood, enters the gritty world of a male maximum-security prison and delivers therapy to some of the most dangerous, damaged and deviant offenders in the prison system.
Featuring a cast of colourful, quirky characters, Above and Beyond: Secrets of a Private Flight Attendant offers an unprecedented account of what it's really like to be a corporate flight attendant, exposing both the glamour and sinister underbelly of this mysterious industry.
In My Grandfather’s Shadow charts the journey Angela makes to discover the truth about her German roots. Using the memories, letters and memoirs of three generations of her own family as a scaffold on which to hang the bigger picture of Germany’s war story, Angela uncovers the ‘history of the losers’.
From Tuscany to Rome and to the modern-day streets of Hamburg, Anatomy of a Massacre tells the story of the massacre at Sant’Anna di Stazzema, and the 75-year international failure to bring the killers to justice.
Drawing on scientific research in topics from ecology and palaeontology to sexual selection and genetics, this book takes the reader on the little-travelled journey of evolutionary eccentricities.