This section lists the Agency's books that are on offer to publishers in the UK and the US.
Biography of perhaps the greatest painter of animals France had ever seen and the first woman to be made an Officier de la Légion d’honneur.
The story of the women who shared Charles 11's bed and their influence on the politics and cultural life of the reign.
Drawing upon recently released MI5 files, government papers, extensive interviews, and a wide array of contemporary reports and secondary sources, the inside story of Lord Boothby's relationship with the Krays.
To Kill a Queen’ will reveal the full story of Marie Antoinette’s last year, based on new material drawn from private archives in the UK and seldom-used French and American sources.
Breathless is a compelling guide to one of the 21st century’s most pressing global issues.
The ultimate guide to hundreds of the wackiest, dumbest and most ridiculous stories of covidiocy.
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.
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.
Born Bound 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’.
Featuring a cast of colourful, quirky characters, Jetstream Girl: 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.
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.
Recounts the story of immunology, beginning with the first written record of the concept of immunity in 430 BCE, through the ensuing centuries that gave the world vaccines, organ transplantation, novel therapies for cancer and now the understanding and tools to tackle the pandemic virus.
The history of laboratory mice offering an entertaining, informative, yet unexplored perspective on the modern eugenics dilemma.