This section lists the Agency's books that are on offer to publishers in the UK and the US.
The story of Queen Elizabeth 11's early life
Given unprecedented and exclusive access to over 600 meters of Gulbenkian's private correspondence, Jonathan Conlin pieces together the story of this remarkable Armenian deal-maker and business architect for the first time
Biography of the SS officer Otto Skorzeny.
A powerful state-of-the-nation novel. Willem is a giant of a man, a labourer recently laid off and made homeless, who must come to grips with the new world into which he has been thrust, as he navigates the underworld of Scotland’s homeless communities.
A wholly new perspective on babies’ development which argues our modern way of life is damaging the youngest members of our society.
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.
Vexing the Victorians comprises 250 of the most challenging conundrums that were printed in the press between 1837 and 1901, highlighting the Victorians’ love of solving mental challenges, and demonstrating that the latest brainteasers to “baffle the Internet” are perhaps not so perplexing after all.
We Are Not Amused comprises 800 of the silliest jokes that were printed in the press between 1837 and 1901, portraying the serious and stiff-upper-lipped Victorians in a new light, and perhaps even helping to prove the old adage that “the old ones are the best”!
The story of the French Foreign Legion over the last thirty years as told by fifteen legionnaires representing seven nationalities.
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.
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.
The Third Reich is Listening is the inside story of the science, the successes and failures of Germany’s codebreaking and signals intelligence operations from 1935 to the end of the war, told through the eyes of ten different characters.
Winston Churchill’s Great Game examines Winston Churchill’s role in the Cold War and will show that his attitudes and policies relating to Soviet Russia during the Second World War and Cold War were predicated on his understanding of the Victorian geopolitics of the ’great game’ in his youth
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.
In a bid to step outside of her comfort zone and take a holiday from her corporate life as a 28-year-old Partner in a headhunting firm, Lucy Feltham spends a year investigating 26 subcultures, from Aristocrats, Battle Re-enactors and Circus Performers to Xtreme Sport Fanatics, Yogi's and 'Zeitgeist' Political Activists.