This section lists the Agency's books that are on offer to publishers in the UK and the US.
Biography of the veteran female journalist Clare Hollingworth from witnessing the first aerial bombing against England in the Great War, through Hitler's Blitzkrieg into Poland to the desert war in North Africa, civil war in Greece, terrorism in Jerusalem, and guerrilla warfare in Vietnam and the jungles of Borneo.
Another Side of Paris will be the first detailed account of France’s worst terrorist atrocities this century, set in the context of the global war against lethal extremism.
Piu Marie Eatwell
F is for France is a compendium of everything you didn’t know about the world’s favourite tourist destination: facts and insights that are astonishing, bizarre, or hitherto well-kept secrets of the francophone world, revealed to anglophone readers for the first time.
Man Up’s big idea is that by pushing for equality for women men have won – with richer family relationships, richer countries and richer sex lives. Equality benefits men. Men should think again about equality because they win.
Exposes the private fortunes and greed of politicians from secret second jobs to tax avoidance schemes.
Piu Marie Eatwell
In this thrilling true-life, wartime murder mystery, Piu Marie Eatwell once again becomes a historical detective – as she did when she laid bare the long-buried secrets of the Dukes of Portland in her most recent book, The Dead Duke, his Secret Wife, and the Missing Corpse.
Castle of the Eagles, written from official documents and personal memoirs, tells the thrilling full story of the extraordinary escape of the generals from Mussolini’s Colditz for the first time, a forgotten but almost unbelievable tale of courage and daring by the unlikeliest group of escapers in World War II.
Firmly places on record what was known about the Holocaust and other atrocities by the Allies, and when and asks why so little was done to address the issue until 1945.
An account of the personal experiences of the Soviet, British and American liberators of he concentration camps and how they reacted to the horrors they witnessed.
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.
The story of the anti-Nazi underground in the German army and its various attempts to assassinate Adolf Hitler
The Men Who Shaped the Arab Revolt takes a fresh approach to the campaign, by looking at it through the experiences of seventeen British officers and intelligence operatives.
The Sean Devils: Britain’s Last and Most Daring Raid of World War II is The Cockleshell Heroes with submarines.
For the first time, The Secret War for China: The SIS, OSS and the Chinese Spymasters reveals the full drama of espionage: the personalities and stories of Chinese spymasters and their spies confronting their countrymen, British and American intelligence officers in the secret war for China spanning from the Interwar to the Second World War and the Cold War, from 1927 to 1949.
Featuring a cast of colourful, quirky characters, Gulfstream Girl: Confessions of a Private Jet Stewardess 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.
No More Magic Bullets? reveals the extent of the antibiotics crisis but, unlike the general commentary today, it highlights the novel and imaginative solutions already in the pipeline.