Current Submissions

This section lists the Agency's books that are on offer to publishers in the UK and the US.

UK Book rights available in the UK US Book rights available in the US

Biography

The Mountbattens

The Mountbattens: Their Lives and Loves

Andrew Lownie

US Submission

Fiction

The Tangled Web

The Tangled Web

Harry McCallion

UK Submission US Submission

General

Cameras and Kaharis

Cameras and Kaharis

Alex Outhwaite

UK Submission US Submission

Every Breath You Take

Every Breath You Take

Ian Williams

US Submission

Man at the Door

Man at the Door

Duncan Robertson

UK Submission US Submission

The Coronavirus Pandemic

The Coronavirus Pandemic

Hugh Pym

UK Submission US Submission

The New Opium

The New Opium: Capitalism, Mental Health and the Sedation of a Nation

James Davies

US Submission

History

Don’t Let’s Be Beastly to the Germans:

Don’t Let’s Be Beastly to the Germans: : The British Occupation of Germany, 1945-49

Daniel Cowling

US Submission

Fugitives

Fugitives : Cold War Nazis in the Middle East

Danny Orbach

US Submission

Syndrome K

Syndrome K: How Italy resisted the Final Solution

Christian Jennings

UK Submission US Submission

The Frontier Below

The Frontier Below: Risks, Rivalries and Inventions in Our Quest to Go Deeper Underwater

Jeff Maynard

UK Submission US Submission

The Met

The Met: A People's History of the Metropolitan Museum of Art

Jonathan Conlin

UK Submission US Submission

Memoir

Born Bound

Born Bound

Angela Findlay

US Submission

In Love with Younger Men

In Love with Younger Men

Katreen Hardt

UK Submission US Submission

Jetstream Girl

Jetstream Girl: Secrets of a Private Flight Attendant

Nicola Stow

US Submission

Military History

Anatomy of a Massacre:

Anatomy of a Massacre: : How the SS got away with war crimes in Italy.

Christian Jennings

US Submission

Edge of Mysteries

Edge of Mysteries: Discovery of the Immune System

Shantha Perera

UK Submission US Submission

The Mouse’s Promise

The Mouse’s Promise: What the Laboratory Mouse Can Teach Us About the Modern Eugenics Dilemma

Alan Yang

UK Submission US Submission