This section lists the Agency's books that are on offer to publishers in the UK and the US.
The remakable story of a fraudster who became a noted British spy.
The story of Queen Elizabeth 11's early life
A comic crime romp set in the wine trade, stylistically sitting somewhere between Christopher Brookmyre and Lucky Jim.
An action-packed middle-grade adventure in which 12-year-old Londoner Sam Eaglestone and New Yorker Madeline Pierce travel together through time to save lost artefacts for museums.
A guide to marriage, affairs, and emotional infidelity from the Daily Mail's agony aunt.
Meticulously researched, yet readable and accessible, World Wide Web War examines a range of controversial issues that keep Google and Facebook locked in the headlines.
The remarkable life-story of the Polish-born FBI agent Leon Turrou detailing his role in the FBI’s war on mobsters and how he exposed the Nazi Spy Ring of 1938.
A fresh and concise history of the dramatic events that created modern America and have haunted its people for the past one-hundred-and-fifty years.
A unique tale in the Holocaust genre: a story of tragedy and horror but also an adventure, an edge-of-seat read in the style of Dronfield’s previous bestselling WWII book, Beyond the Call, with a similar uplifting emotional heart – human love and dedication amid the horror of war.
Warmongers mixes historical fact with ‘what if’ and ‘what could have been done differently’ to look at why leaders go to war.
Higher Than The Sun, set in 1990s Camden Town, is a coming-of-age story featuring mega-squats, illegal music/drugs festivals, magic mushroom parties, Hell’s Angels, Hari Krishnas, Lou Reed, stabbings, overdoses, police raids, smuggling missions, break-ins, fake weddings and attempted murder.