This section lists the Agency's books that are on offer to publishers in the UK and the US.
Vivienne and Richard have it all: a fulfilling marriage, three successful children, and a gorgeous villa in Tuscany where they always spend their holidays but the long, luminous summer days and balmy nights in the Chianti hide secrets and lies, betrayals and deceptions. And nothing is as it seems.
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.
An investigation into the murder of Alfred Bloomingdale's mistress Vicki Morgan who had secrets bigger than Watergate.
A Fragile Fanaticism is a book about the forgotten and discarded people of the crusades.
Sarah Bax Horton
Sarah Bax Horton explores the contemperaneous police investigation into the Thames Torso Killer.
Assassins and Templars’ tells an almost unknown story - how two of the medieval world's most extraordinary and high profile organisations formed a shockingly bloodthirsty but entirely unrecognised 'partnership of death'.
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.
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.
Spice 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’.
The King's Loot reveals the full extent of King Edward Vlll’s looting of jewellery, artworks, furniture and priceless heirlooms from the Royal Collection, and the historic Crown conventions reinforced by successive British governments and constitutional experts he exploited to do it.
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.
Drawing on thousands of pages of court transcripts – many of them never previously published – the contents of still-secret British Government files, and original interviews with many of the key players, To Catch A Spy is the story of Peter Wright’s obsession to uncover Russian spies, both real and imagined, his belated determination to reveal the truth - and the lengths to which the British Government would go to silence him.
Blending narrative with cutting-edge scholarship, A History of Communism From Theory to Practice will revolutionize our understanding of the evolution of Communism.
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 Facing the Music: From Her Majesty’s Palaces to Her Majesty’s Prisons, Alex tells how he and a fellow inmate plotted a multi-million-pound cyber fraud racket from behind bars, which they then executed immediately upon their release – and were both subsequently caught in a massive undercover police sting.
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.
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.
The first book to explain the psychology and neuroscience behind looking without seeing and seeing without looking.
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.