Fri, 08/02/2013 - 11:02
A debut historical novel about the murder of a silversmith in 18th-century London has been snapped up by Simon & Schuster.
The Silversmith’s Wife is written by library administrator Sophia Tobin and her novel, described as “a compelling story of love and intrigue that transcends the period”, was...
Thu, 08/03/2012 - 07:45
Gallic Books has acquired a "beguiling" novel by 32-year-old Le Figaro journalist, Hélène Grémillon.
Gallic Books m.d. Jane Aitken bought UK rights in The Confidant from Sarah Lutyens at Lutyens & Rubenstein, who has also sold rights in 17 other territories, with ANZ rights going...
Fri, 15/04/2011 - 09:53
The counter-revolution against the spread of digital in publishing is often discussed, with publishers big and small celebrating books as physical objects—from Taschen's luxury coffee-table editions to Penguin's series of cloth-bound classics and Visual Editions' range of re-imagined "visual writing"....