Piccadilly Press acquites two from Green

<p>Piccadilly Press has acquired two novels from journalist and teen fiction writer Caroline Green. </p><p>The thriller <em>Cracks</em>, along with its as-yet-unnamed sequel, are both set in &quot;a disturbing dystopian future&quot;, and follow the tale of teenage protagonist Cal Conway as he discovers he exists in a deliberately-induced coma state. </p><p>Commissioning editor Anne Clark signed a deal for world rights with Catherine Pellegrino at Rogers Coleridge White for the books, which will be published in 2012. </p><p>In May 2011, Piccadilly Press is also set to publish Green&rsquo;s first novel <em>Dark Ride</em>. The book, which was sent to the publisher as an unsolicited manuscript, is also a thriller aimed at readers aged 11 and over. </p><p>&quot;Piccadilly is very proud to have discovered Caroline Green. She is an exciting new talent with an original voice, and we are delighted to be following up her debut <em>Dark Ride</em> with<em> Cracks</em>,&rdquo; said Clark. <br /><br />&nbsp;</p>