We’ve had a few new additions to the DHH stable this week, and we’re delighted to welcome Clare J. Cavanagh and Jay Glennie, who will be joining Natalie Galustian’s roster of clients; Mandy Robotham to Broo Doherty’s list and New York Times bestselling author Brian McGilloway to David Headley’s.
Neon has been sold to HarperCollins Germany. Neon is the debut thriller from Birmingham-based writer G.S. Locke and will be published by Orion in spring 2020. To read the full press release, click here.
There’s just over a day left to take advantage of Kobo’s brilliant Mother’s Day sale, which features three of our stunning authors: Claire Dyer’s deeply moving The Last Day; Jean Levy’s psychological thriller debut What Was Lost and Rachael Featherstone’s touching and laugh-out-loud Puzzle Girl - all a complete steal at just 99p! To view the deal, click here.
Congratulations to client Samantha Baines whose debut children’s book, Harriet! has been acquired by Knights Of in a deal negotiated by Hannah Sheppard. Harriet! is a book about a girl who finds out her hearing aid can help her understand aliens from across the universe. Publication is set for October 2019. To read the full press release, click here.
We were thrilled this week to see Ragnar Jonasson’s forthcoming The Island reviewed favourably in The Times last week. The Island is the second in the hugely successful Hidden Iceland series and follows on from The Darkness, which introduced DI Hulda Hermannsdóttir. “No one does isolation better than Ragnar Jonasson, who is superb at portraying Iceland’s stark landscape and savage beauty… Hermannsdottir is an excellent cop… An excellent addition to the growing band of top-class women detectives.”
Julie Caplin had not one, not two, but three of her books sitting pretty in the iBooks Romance Chart’s Top 12 last week. The Northern Lights Lodge, The Little Café In Copenhagen and The Little Brooklyn Bakery are all available to buy now - whisk yourself away on your own Romantic Escape…
Lightseekers, the debut novel from Femi Kayode has been sold at auction to BTB Random House in Germany. This powerful novel was sold initially, also at auction, to Bloomsbury Raven and has since struck deals with Poland and Italy.