This comes after working for six years at Goldsboro Books, as a bookseller, and working as an assistant agent at DHH.
Harry's clients have had notable success, with Stuart Turton's debut The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle selling 130,496 copies across all print editions through BookScan, has been translated in to 30 languages and won the Costa First Novel Award. Earlier this year, Harry sold Femi Kayode's debut novel Lightseekers to Bloomsbury Raven, with rights selling in a further seven territories thus far.
To read more about Harry and what he is looking for in his submissions please visit his page here.
Welcome to Mic Wright, who joined David Headley's list last week.
Mic is a freelance writer and journalist based in London. He writes about technology, culture and politics for outlets including The New Statesman, GQ and MEL Magazine. He was the first person in his family to attend University and studied Education at Homerton College, Cambridge.
You can find him on Twitter as @brokenbottleboy
A detective desperate for revenge.
Detective Matt Jackson has reached the end. His beloved wife, Polly, is the latest victim of 'NEON', a serial killer who displays his victims in snaking neon lights - and he can't go on without her.
A hitwoman with one last job.
Unable to take his life, Jackson hires a hitwoman to finish the job. But on the night of his own murder, he makes a breakthrough in the case, and at the last minute his hitwoman, Iris, is offered an irresistible alternative: help Jackson find and kill NEON in return for the detective's entire estate.
A killer with both on his list.
What follows is a game of cat and mouse between detective, hitwoman and serial killer. And when Jackson discovers it's not a coincidence that all their paths have crossed, he begins to questions who the real target has been all along...
This fast-paced, heart-stopping thriller will be out in 2020.
Payback is the first in a new series starring D.I. Charley Mann, and we cannot wait for this fantastic female-led crime series to hit shelves.
Also appearing on the airwaves last week was Stephen Moss on Scala Radio, talking to Simon Mayo about his new book, The Twelve Birds of Christmas, in which he digs beneath the surface of some of our most popular Christmas carols, in an ornithological celebration of the Festive Season.
With brilliant anecdotes and insights, Stephen weaves history and culture, bird behaviour and folklore in to a compelling narrative for each species, tracing its fortunes over the last two decades.
Catch up with the Scala Radio interview here (1hr 35m).
"Magson adroitly shuffles a handful of desperate characters in his sixth Harry Tate thriller... Brisk and bracing."
If you subscribe to Writing Magazine (if not, why not?) then do make sure to check out this month's issue, which features a piece on David Wragg and his debut SFF novel The Black Hawks.
"A brilliantly gothic adventure - and the perfect winter page-turner."